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					A DEADLIEST EXCESS SUBSTANCE THAT COULD FORM IN THE BODY


All vertebrates need cholesterol to sustain health of the outer membrane cells. It circulates in the blood to
settle in body tissues and blood plasma in forms of fatty lipids (steroids) and alcohol. Cholesterol is
maintained to balanced levels that must not exceed what our body needs.


Today, when every ready food could just be fished out from fast foods and other busy traffic-highway-
eateries, all you need is to be concerned about eliminating idle (unwanted) additional intake of this
substance that affects a great general health disadvantage impact in today's generation.


Let us educate first on how Cholesterol functions and affects body metabolic interference before we ever
discuss eliminating its excesses. When a doctor mentions of cholesterol, he is definitely addressing such to
the low-density lipoproteins (LDL), considered the "bad cholesterol." The way lipoproteins act as the
carrier molecules, it deposit the LDL to the walls of the arteries that cause it to thicken and become devoid
of normal blood passage causing arthrosclerosis. High-density lipoprotein is "good cholesterol."


One of the various uses of good cholesterol act as anti-oxidant, and help manufacture bile, that aids to
digest fats essential to the functions of fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. All these mentioned vitamins
help in the metabolism functions in the reproductive organs, from puberty developmental process until the
ripe age, that has to do with the effects of estrogen level in the body.


Main Sources of Good Cholesterol:
1. Three-fourth (75%) of it comes from within the body, or produced internally thru results from
synthesizing from densely packed membranes like liver, central nervous system (spinal chord, includes
brain), reproductive organs, adrenal gland, and atheroma. The degenerative changes in the atheroma result
to development of atherosclerotic plaques and coronary artery disease that affect the natural flow of the
blood. When this happens it causes sudden block of the in and out flow of blood from the heart; most of the
time causing heart strokes, possibly fatal.


2. One fourth (25%) comes from our food intake (external source), and this is where you must be alerted on
what to take in your daily diet. Fats originated from animals are rich in cholesterol, like egg yolk, dairy, and
meat, regardless of whatever type in meat source. Observe keenly about tolerating excess of this second
cholesterol essential for as you see, it takes only a last portion of that last quart necessary. A mistake in this
will surely make up for "cholesterol imbalance."


Ways to Lower Idle Cholesterol (excess of the 25% Food Originated Cholesterol):


*Select intake of fats from non-saturated cooking oil or direct fat sources from animals. One of the best
cooking oil that produce unsaturated fat is olive oil. Other palm oils like coconut are highly saturated. Take
low-content-sodium cholesterol fats; instead, eat high fiber vegetables and fruits, and complex
carbohydrates. Examples of this are corn, soybeans and legumes, nuts, wheat, and other staple cereals.
*Refrain from eating at Fast foods and other restaurants, they present high fat saturated foods and rich in
sodium. Also remember, that alcohol and sugar enhance the degree of cholesterol level, so avoid excessive
hard drink sprays.


*Recent researches reveal that the presence of the Omega-3 fat acid present in Salmon, mackerel, certain
tuna specie, and other deep sea hunts aids in lowering idle cholesterol.


If Idle Cholesterol is raised to high levels, seek medications as HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, Statins, such
as lovastatin (Mevacor), and atorvastatin (Liptor), most effective to lower LD, of course with physician's
guidance.




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