They are often given a bad name but some fats can be a healthy addition to anyone’s daily diet charts. While some fats can wreck havoc on your health! The trick is to know the difference between good and bad fats. Read on and figure out all about the six fats that can help you lower the cholesterol levels! Take a look…..
Sip Red Wine Instead of Cocktails!!
Blue, green cocktails looks so tempting but these drinks are so full of calories. So, all you health conscious freaks…avoid cocktails as much as possible! Red wines on the other hand have several antioxidants that are really beneficial for preventing several types of cancers. Saponins, present in red wine can also lower the LDL (bad cholesterol levels). But limit the intake to two glasses for men while one glass for women.
Oils for Low Cholesterol Cooking!!
All the oils have some good and some bad qualities on our health! Hence, sticking to one type of oil for cooking isn’t really a good idea. The rotation of oils should be mostly followed. Yes ladies, it’s time to break the conventions of cooking and indulge in some healthy oils.
Some of the low cholesterol oils incorporate the following:
- Sunflower Oil
- Sesame Oil
- Avocado Oil
- Nuts and their Oil
- Flaxseed Oil
- Soya bean Oil
Monounsaturated Fats are the Healthiest!!
There are two types of cholesterol in human body – LDL (bad) cholesterol and HDL (good) cholesterol.
LDL or bad cholesterol clogs the arteries while HDL or good cholesterol helps remove these clogs.
Some benefits of Monounsaturated Fats are as follows:
- Decrease your total blood cholesterol while maintaining good cholesterols.
- Lower the risk of heart diseases
Sources of Monounsaturated Fats:
- Natural peanut butter
- Sesame oil and seeds
- Olive Oil is the best source
Health is the greatest wealth! Staying fit inside and outside will enhance your performance at the work and you would be able to give much more time to your family and friends. Try the aforementioned tips and you are sure to notice a difference! Take care.
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