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Cholesterol

What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a type of fat in our blood that our bodies need for things like making hormones and cells. But when there's too much of it, it can cause problems because it's like extra fat in our blood. Our bodies require it for critical functions such as hormone production and cell formation. However, if we have too much of it, particularly the "bad" LDL type, it can clog our blood arteries and cause cardiac issues. The "good" HDL cholesterol assists in the cleaning of our blood vessels.

To keep our cholesterol in a healthy and safe range, we should consume nutritious foods like fruits and vegetables, stay active by exercising, and make wise decisions like avoiding too much harmful food. Sometimes doctors will offer us medication or advise us to do something.

How Can the DietnCure Team Help You Lower Your Cholesterol Levels?

DietnCure, a top nutritionist in India, provides personalized assistance and evaluates your health to create an effective diet plan. We are specializing in managing fat level in blood by suggesting foods that lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. We also help with portion control and making healthy choices, like eating more fruits, veggies, whole grains, and lean proteins while avoiding fried and processed foods. We also support and tracking can help you make lasting changes for better cholesterol. You can lower your risk of heart disease by following our team’s advice and implementing these changes. It’s like having a trusted Dietician to help you on your journey to better health.

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Signs and Symptoms of High Cholesterol

Heart Problems

It can lead to chest pain and heart attacks, which cause severe chest pain and sweating.

Stroke Risk

Stroke Risk

High cholesterol can make strokes more likely, causing sudden confusion or trouble in speaking.

Leg Pain

Leg Pain

When you have high level, it can make your leg muscles hurt when you walk because it blocks blood flow in the arteries.

Bumps

Yellow Bumps

Yellow Bumps on the skin, known as xanthomas, can appear when you have high level, therefore it's critical to consult a doctor.

Eye red

Eye Ring

Seeing a ring in your eye may indicate high fat level in blood. Visit a doctor to check and manage it for better health.

Stomach Pain

If you experience stomach pain, it could be due to an excess of fat in your blood. To feel better, go to the doctor and have your fat level in blood checked.

How to Improve Cholesterol Levels With Our Expert Dietitian?

Diet Chart for Patients with High Cholesterol

Breakfast

Breakfast

Lunch

Lunch

Dinner

Dinner

How DietnCure App Help you?

Our health plans can make your cholesterol better and boost the good HDL by suggesting good foods and lifestyle changes. Foods with fiber and beta-glucan can help remove bad stuff from your body. It’s also important to drink enough water and stay active every day.

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Activity Tracker

Our app makes it easy to keep track of your progress and make sure you don't stray from your goals for losing weight.

Recipes & Tips to Be Fit

You can improve your eating habits by choosing from a variety of healthy recipes. These meals will help you stay healthy a sense of wellness all day long..

Chat Support

The app provides one of the best chat support options for customers with a nutritionist who can explain things, make things clearer, and respond to inquiries.

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You can easily book an appointment by just providing basic personal information and our nutritionist will reach you soon.

FAQs

The main reason for high level of fat in blood is eating too much of the wrong kinds of fats, like the ones in fried foods and fatty meats. These fats make cholesterol levels go up and can harm your heart.

Yes, when you exercise regularly, it can make your cholesterol levels better. It raises the good kind of cholesterol and lowers the bad one. So, exercising and eating healthy can help your heart stay strong.

Most people can limit their daily cholesterol intake to less than 300 milligrams. However, if you have high cholesterol, you should visit a doctor or a dietician to determine what is best for you.

  1. Enjoy foods with plenty of fiber, like oats, beans, and fruits.
  2. Include healthy fats from sources like avocados and almonds.
  3. Exercise regularly, even a 30-minute walk can help.
  4. Limit foods high in saturated and trans fats.
  5. Consider medications if advised by your doctor.