Reducing your intake of saturated fat can help lower dangerous LDL cholesterol.
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You know that adding fat out of your diet can help your heart but where is the best place to start. You’ve got fat, saturated fat, trans-fats all in one level can be a little confusing but reducing your intake of saturated fat is 7% of your daily calories can help lower LDL or bad cholesterol by about 10%. This not only lower your risks of heart disease and stroke it also keeps your brain healthy. Here are some simple ways to get saturated fat and lower cholesterol. First eat red meat, no more than twice a week or cut your regular portions on half. Switch to fat free milk and increase your fiber intake to 20 to 25 grams daily which can lower LDL up to another 10%. If you make a sweet of your diet your cholesterol should begin to improve in three to six months. Check back tomorrow for another 60 seconds solution.
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