Every 37 seconds, someone in American dies due to cardiovascular disease. Dr Rob Danoff, MSN Health website, offers these tips to raise HDL cholesterol levels and lower the bad LDL levels.
Choose the better fat. Minimize the saturated and trans fats in your diet. These substances increase the bad cholesterol while decreasing your good cholesterol. Instead, switch to products containing unsaturated fats (olive, canola, flaxseed, etc.). These may raise your HDL levels. However, this is not a free fatty-pass, because we still have to watch the calories!
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