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Cholesterol Levels

There is a lot of speculation recently about the idea that cholesterol levels can determine whether or not a person develops heart disease. Recently, over the past decade or so a few scientists have come forth stating that their opinion of the situation differs from what was originally thought. However, because there is no solid proof that debunks the theory that high bad cholesterol leads to heart attack it is best to have the cholesterol levels for women over 50 checked periodically. There are ways to lower the amount of bad cholesterol levels for women. The type of cholesterol that is considered bad is LDL cholesterol. This is usually a result of eating a diet that consists of foods that are high in saturated fat such as fast food and fried foods. If you have been eating an irresponsible diet and you are over the age of 35 you might want to ask your doctor about normal cholesterol levels for women chart to see if you are in a safe zone or not.

The best way to lower LDL cholesterol is to begin a low fat food regimen and incorporate at least 30 minutes to an hour of exercise in your daily routine. LDL cholesterol can be lowered over time if diligence is practiced and all rules of the low fat diet are adhered to. There are also a lot of different medications on the market that are designed to help lower the amount of LDL cholesterol in the blood. Many times your doctor will prescribe one of these in conjunction with whatever diet program you are following. There will be a specific list of foods to avoid and others that you should eat. For example, you will want to avoid anything that is higher than 8% total fat. This means you may want to forego the egg yolks and shoot for egg white omelets instead. You will also want to eat a lot of high fiber fruits and vegetables.

In addition, there is a link to how much water you drink and the level of cholesterol that gets stored in your blood. Anyone who is suffering from high cholesterol should be drinking a minimum of eight 8 oz glasses of water each day and even more when possible. If you do not like the taste of water you can try sprinkling a little bit of lemon juice in it to help disguise the taste, or lack thereof.