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Signs & Symptoms of High Cholesterol

Signs & Symptoms of High Cholesterol. Part of the series: Blood Pressure & Cholesterol. There aren’t any signs and symptoms of high cholesterol, as it is a silent process that leads to atherosclerosis or a disease of the blood vessels. Learn about getting cholesterol levels measured regularly with help from a board-certified medical doctor in this free video on high cholesterol. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5238880_signs-symptoms-high-cholesterol.html
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10 Symptoms Of High Cholesterol That You Shouldn’t Ignore.
Cholesterol is a lipid that is present in all cells of the body. While many people only know its harmful effects, in reality, it’s essential for the optimal functioning of the body. Cholesterol is required for the production of bile, which is responsible for digesting fat. In addition, it’s also involved in the production of some hormones and helpful for your cardiovascular health. The problem is that although many organs need it, too much cholesterol causes irreparable damage.
Because of this, it’s very important to identify any signs that could help detect any problems early on. Check them out!
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5 Worst High Cholesterol Foods You Must Avoid [Clinically Proven]
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Cholesterol has many benefits and it’s definitely NOT your “enemy”.

In fact, “low” cholesterol is just as bad as “high” cholesterol levels.

However, there are certain foods that are really bad for you and can quickly increase your “bad” cholesterol levels and dramatically increase your risk for heart disease, a heart attack or stroke.

Under this video I’ve got a special bonus video about how you can quickly lower your cholesterol levels in less than 30 days, naturally – without changing your diet or exercising.

So make sure you take a look…

However, let’s first start with the 5 worsts, clinically proven – “high cholesterol” foods that you must avoid!

Dairy
I’ve been saying this for over 2 decades – Milk is for babies and cow milk is for baby cows!

Additionally, 99% of dairy products are pasteurized, which kills any benefits milk could have. Not to mention, the toxins, hormones and drugs these animals are given are highly concentrated in the milk – which goes inside of YOU!

All of these factors, plus the saturated fat inside milk, increases your cholesterol and stresses your liver.

It doesn’t matter if it’s whole, low or nonfat dairy, it’s all the same.

Unfortunately, this also includes two of my favorite foods, ice cream and cheese!

Fast Foods

It doesn’t matter if it’s a burger, tacos, french fries, pizza or anything else – they’re all high in carbohydrates, hydrogenated and saturated fats, using unhealthy and toxic proteins.

It’s cheap food.

It may be easy and good for your wallet, but it’s bad for your health and cholesterol levels and you’ll pay the price later in life.

Animal Protein
The saturated fats and “marble fat” found in meat, pork, poultry and shell-fish is horrible for your health and cholesterol levels.

I’ve noticed even grass-fed meat and free-range poultry can still cause high cholesterol in some of my patients, especially the “sensitive” ones.

Limit your intake and focus more on vegetable proteins and fish – especially wild-caught salmon.

Eggs
Eggs can be good or bad.

All the cholesterol and fat is located in the egg YOLK, which is why most “experts” say you should only consume egg whites.

However, most of the nutrients, antioxidants and half the essential amino acids (protein) are also found in the yolk.

The problem is when you COOK the yolk – such as hard-boiled, scrambled and fried eggs.

The heat oxidizes the egg and damages both the structure of the protein and fat.

So the healthiest way to eat eggs is raw or lightly cooked, so the yolk is still runny.

Don’t fry it with butter or vegetable fats. And make sure it’s organic, free-range eggs.

Baked Foods/Carbs (Snacks Too)

Baked foods such as muffins, cakes, breads, donuts, croissants, rolls, cookies, danishes, scones, pie, etc… The types of foods most people eat in the morning when they’re in a rush, or with their coffee or at work as a snack…

These are all bad because they contain hydrogenated and saturated fats, as well as dairy.

Not to mention, they’re high in simple carbohydrates and sugars.

“Bad” fats increase cholesterol.

“Bad” fats + carbs/sugar REALLY increase your cholesterol and lead to numerous health issues.

The combination is super unhealthy.

Under this same category — “Snack Foods” such as chips, pretzels, crackers and similar items are almost as bad as these bakes foods.
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LIVE IT: Reduce Cholesterol with Nuts

When it comes to your health, it’s okay to go a little nuts. Researchers discovered that eating a handful of nuts a day lowers cholesterol by 10 percent and cuts your risk of a heart attack in half.
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Patricia Kelikani (Host)
Health Journalist
When it comes to your health, it’s okay to go a little nuts. Especially since heart disease is so prevalent in our country.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Surgical Oncologist
In fact, one-third of Americans have high LDL cholesterol—the bad kind of cholesterol. Those with high total cholesterol have twice the risk of heart disease compared to people whose cholesterol levels are under 200.

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
With heart disease being the number one killer in the United States, researchers at Loma Linda University Health advise us to go nuts with our health.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Back in 1993, Loma Linda University Health made a landmark discovery that reversed the health advice from the American Heart Association. Up until then, the organization advised the public against eating nuts because of the high fat content.

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
However, Dr. Joan Sabaté discovered that adding one to two servings of nuts to our daily diets could actually cut our risk of having a heart attack in half. During the initial study, the researchers put subjects on a two-month diet known as the American Heart Association step-one diet to lower cholesterol.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Half of those subjects were fed the same diet with 20 percent of the calories coming from walnuts. The following month, the groups switched.

Dr. Joan Sabaté
LLU Professor of Nutrition & Epidemiology
“The walnut diet lowered much more the cholesterol particularly the LDL-cholesterol that is considered the bad cholesterol without changes in the good cholesterol, the HDL cholesterol.”

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Nuts are rich in unsaturated fat— a healthy type of fat that our bodies need to reduce LDLs, the bad cholesterol in our blood. In addition, walnuts have high levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s help lower levels of triglycerides, a type of fat in the bloodstream.
But nuts are also loaded with protein.

Joan Sabaté
“Percent wise and quantity wise it is even greater than the protein that is in meat or in many other animal products. Besides fat and protein, nuts have many other micronutrients such as minerals, vitamins.”

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
For more than 20 years, Dr. Sabaté has been studying the effect of nuts on our health and summarized that one to two servings of nuts a day lowers cholesterol by 10 percent.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
So what are today’s health tips?
Eat a handful of nuts a day to cut your risk of heart disease in half and reduce your cholesterol.

Joan Sabaté
“Every morning that I have a smoothie, I put whatever is the ripe fruit that is available, and then two or three handful of nuts, and that is a perfect smoothie.”

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
Other ways to incorporate nuts into your diet include topping salads with nuts instead of croutons, or adding them on pizza and pasta.
There’s your tip for the day on how you can live healthier, longer.

All health and health-related information contained in this program is general in nature and should not be used as a substitute for a visit with a health care professional. Viewers should consult their health care providers concerning any medical condition or treatment.
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The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers: 130 Prep-and-Go Low-Sodium Recipes

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