Myths About Cholesterol !!

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Striving for a healthy lifestyle significantly increases attention to cholesterol.

It has become more modern periodic checking of its levels in the body, and subjecting the various detox to reduce the amount and purifying from other substances in the body. Cholesterol automatically becomes an enemy of human health, but does not exaggerate with his obsession to spend by yourself?

 

 

Here are some of the most common myths about cholesterol:

Myth 1: Cholesterol is harmful to health

Fact: There are two types of cholesterol – bad cholesterol and good cholesterol. It is important to consume good cholesterol since it provides the passage of the substance from the tissue back to the liver. This prevents the deposition of fat in the arteries. Lipoprotein, high density or HDL is a good type of cholesterol. Foods which increase the levels of HDL are olive oil, beans and legumes, fruit, enriched with fibers, nut, soybean, and avocado.

Myth 2: Your body does not need cholesterol

FACTS: Our body needs a certain amount of cholesterol, in order to build the structure of cell membranes. It also helps in the construction of hormones such as estrogen, testosterone and adrenal hormones. Cholesterol is useful in the production of vitamin D. Furthermore, it is necessary for the body to have normal metabolism.

Myth 3: Weak people do not retain cholesterol

THE FACTS: Although obese people have higher cholesterol levels does not mean that the poor have no problems with it. A skinny people just do not monitor the intake of saturated fats and trans fats.

Myth 4: Cholesterol does not have a genetic predisposition

FACTS: It was found that in most cases the presence and levels of low-density lipoprotein or LPL (also known as bad cholesterol) are due to genetic factors.

Myth 5: A low cholesterol may also cause health problems

FACTS: The optimum cholesterol levels for an adult average about HDL – 40 mg / dL, LDL 100 mg / dl. Or overstating their drastic reduction may increase the risk of health problems.

source : healthysolo.com

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