Cholesterol is a substance found in the cells of our body. It is essential for many vital functions in your body, but often people complain about the rise in their cholesterol level.

Have you heard about good and bad cholesterol?

Good cholesterol is high-density lipoproteins (HDL) as they carry excess cholesterol to your liver, where it is broken down and excreted from the body. This way there is no accumulation in the arteries. If your HDL number is high, that means your heart is in good shape.

Bad cholesterol is low-density lipoproteins (LDL). These are very-low-density lipoproteins (VLDL), and triglycerides. LDL carries cholesterol to your arteries, where it can clog in the walls of blood vessels.

It is suggested to avoid foods that have bad cholesterol in them. 

Next time when someone says their cholesterol level is high, they are indicating bad cholesterol.

To avoid cholesterol in your diet, read and follow these 3 simple yet effective tips:-

Start eating high fiber food

Soluble fiber appears to lower your cholesterol levels. It binds cholesterol in the intestines and prevents its absorption. Soluble fiber can also be helpful in treating diabetes and prediabetes. It can slow down the absorption of carbohydrates, helping to improve blood sugar levels.

Avoid fat as much as you can

When you consume saturated and trans fats, it raises the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) in your body. Try to completely cut out the saturated fat from your diet.

Start exercising

To reduce the bad cholesterol in your body, start moderate exercises along with dietary changes. Exercise has the greatest effect on triglycerides by lowering them and by raising HDL.

Say Goodbye to bad cholesterol by following an effective diet and exercise.