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Lower Your Cholesterol Level In Natural Ways Study shows that the effects of high cholesterol tend to develop over the course of many years, and are primarily due to a condition called atherosclerosis, which is the narrowing and hardening of arteries. A solution to this aggravating problem is diet; a healthy and balanced diet. Most medical advisor recommends changes in their patients diet while taking up medication, may it be drug- therapy or physical activities. However, if not given proper attention, this condition may develop into illnesses including angina, coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Lowering cholesterol level is the best way to prevent or control the effects of high cholesterol in the blood. In doing so, we can also lower the risk of these illnesses or can even spare the lives of those who are suffering from these illnesses by having a well maintained diet. Like an old cliché goes, an early prevention is better than a cause. A combination of a healthy and balanced diet would be great in reducing high cholesterol level. While on a diet, we need to obtain all nutrients the body requires. Our goal is to provide variety in our diet, consume more grains, fruit and vegetables, lower fat intake, reduce sugar intake and lower salt intake. There are five basic food groups to get familiar with that must be eaten in variation but in correct proportions. The first group composing of breads, rice, potatoes,
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