dairy products(butter and cheese).
Trans fat is usually listed as partially hydrogenated vegetable oil. Stay away from this fat. Good fats are monosaturated fats found in olive oil, avocados, almonds and walnuts.
3. Stop Smoking
In addition to the increased risk of several types of cancer, cigarette smoking damages the walls of your blood vessels, making them likely to accumulate fatty deposits.
Exercise has many benefits. But related to cardiovascular disease, exercise increases the good cholesterol, HDL and decreases LDL, the bad cholesterol.
Exercise alone won’t guarantee a low cholesterol level. Genetics, weight, age and other medical conditions also play a part.
Keisha Davis M.D. is a triple board-certified pathologist with the American Board of Pathology. As an unconventional pathologist, Dr. Davis has set herself as an outgoing diagnostician who wants both patients and clinicians to understand more about the practice of pathology and how diseases are diagnosed. She founded AskPath, LLCtodo just that. In her free time, Dr. Davis teaches West African dance and group fitness and enjoys spending time with her family.