The silent killer (High cholestrol)

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So today we are gonna be looking at the ”silent killer” of our time which is high cholestrol level. So as a reminder i would say after reading today’s blog you should run to the hospital right away go and check you cholestrol level.

Just a little heads up high cholestrol level is not just for ”FAT PEOPLE” its for everyone as we already know some people consume all the carbs and fats the want without even exercising they still remain slim. So lets head over to the main topic of the day.

there are people who are at  higher risk than the others. there are people whose high cholestrol level are influenced by primary causes and secondary causes. The people whose gene who are influenced by the primary causes are  people who have a defective gene… meaning that their body are involved in over-production of bad cholesrol also known as LDL. or its involved in under-production of the good chelestrol known as HDL.

So if yours is influenced by a primary cause then it would be more difficult to conrol, but but with drugs and some excercised attached.

Secondary causes are the major causes of high cholestrol in adults,

The most important secondary cause in developed countries are:

A sedentary lifestyle with excessive dietary intake of saturated fat, cholesterol, and trans fats

Trans fats are polyunsaturated or monounsaturated fatty acids to which hydrogen atoms have been added; they are used in many processed foods and are as atherogenic as saturated fat. Other common secondary causes include

Diabetes mellitus

Alcohol overuse

  • Chronic kidney disease

    Hypothyroidism

    Primary biliary cirrhosis and other cholestatic liver diseases

    Drugs, such as thiazides, β-blockers, retinoids, highly active antiretroviral agents, cyclosporinetacrolimus, estrogen and progestins, and glucocorticoids

Secondary causes of low levels of HDL cholesterol include cigarette smoking, anabolic steroids, HIV infection, and nephrotic syndrome.

 

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Diabetes is an especially significant secondary cause because patients tend to have an atherogenic combination of high TGs; high small, dense LDL fractions; and low HDL (diabetic dyslipidemia, hypertriglyceridemic hyperapo B). Patients with type 2 diabetes are especially at risk. The combination may be a consequence of obesity, poor control of diabetes, or both, which may increase circulating free fatty acids (FFAs), leading to increased hepatic very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) production. TG-rich VLDL then transfers TG and cholesterol to LDL and HDL, promoting formation of TG-rich, small, dense LDL and clearance of TG-rich HDL. Diabetic dyslipidemia is often exacerbated by the increased caloric intake and physical inactivity that characterize the lifestyles of some patients with type 2 diabetes. Women with diabetes may be at special risk of cardiac disease from this form.

To control your cholestrol level you need a massive change in lifestyle and this includes dietry change and exercising more offten. Below are list of foods for you to use to kick off your healthy eating.

 

 

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Cholesterol Diet Menu [Article]

 

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