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It was said previously that cholesterol can only adhere to the inner lining of the artery if it has been damaged. How does that harm come about?
Evidence points to free radical damage as being one of the causes of arterial wall damage. Free radicals are found all around us. They are highly reactive substances like polluted air, radiation, tobacco smoke, herbicides, and also naturally within our own bodies as an offshoot of common metabolic processes.
Free radicals attack and harm cells altering ordinary cell activity. You see it surrounding you each day causing metal to rust and fruit to go bad. This is why we take anti-oxidants like vitamins c, e, beta-carotene and selenium, to counter the attack of free radicals.
Age and gender should be considered as well. Women, pre menopause, for the most part have total cholesterol levels that are lower then men. This changes as men and women grow older. Levels will climb until reaching age 60 to 65. For women, menopause can cause an increase in ldl and a decline in hdl. After the age of 50 women frequently have higher total cholesterol levels than men of the same age.
Alcohol also plays an abnormal role in cholesterol levels. It increases hdl however at the same time it does not lower ldl. The medical community does not know for sure whether alcohol can reduce the chance of heart disease. We know that too much alcohol can damage the liver and heart muscles leading to high blood pressure and raised triglycerides. There are just too many additional risks to even contemplate the use of alcoholic beverages used as a way to defend against heart disease just because it increased the hdl.
Stress and personality may contribute to heart disease. Associating a certain group of personality and heart disease has been suggested for many years. This goes back to the “type a” and “type b” personality study performed in the year 1959. Type a behavior for the most part manifests in a chronic awareness of time, urgency, aggressiveness and also striving for fulfilment. Type a people will propel themselves to meet exact deadlines which are most frequently self-imposed. They possess feelings of being always under pressure and also frequently multi-task to the point of doing two or three things at one time. To say that type a persons are “driven” is an understatement. They consider themselves indispensable. Every one of these traits add up to a state of constant hassle.
Over a lenghty period, stress has shown to elevate blood cholesterol levels. The way it does this is by affecting habits. An instance is over indulging in fatty foods as a way of consoling themselves when people are under stress. The saturated fat and cholesterol in these foods contribute to high levels of blood cholesterol. Type b behavior is characterized by just the opposite set of traits. Type b people are less preoccupied with achievement, less rushed and for the most part more easygoing people. They do not allow themselves to be rushed or have any specific pressure in or with regard to deadlines.
They are less prone to angry outbursts and also seem to be better equipped to making distinctions among work and play. Studies completed over a period of eighteen months to two years with a group of both type a and type b people, indicated that type a participants had a 31 % increased chance of developing heart disease. This was further substantiated by the finding of more deposits of plaque in the coronary arteries of type a people. Type a behavior as well appears to display an association with other risk factors like smoking, higher fat levels, increased secretion of adrenaline. All of which increases the oxygen demand of the heart muscles and releasing fatty acids from the body fat.
It is essential to note that there are not only two different types of people. Each person is an individual and putting them into limited categories will not properly classify them.
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Foods to Help Lower Cholesterol
Good nutrition and exercise is key to lowering your cholesterol. Below is a list of the top 10 foods to help you lower your cholesterol.
Apple pectin is a soluble fiber that helps draw cholesterol out of the system.
The flavonoids (Quercetin) in apples act as a powerful anti-oxidant that seems to short-circuit the process that leads "bad" LDL cholesterol to accumulate in the bloodstream.
Beans and legumes are an excellent source of soluble fiber and high in vegetable protein. By properly combing beans with brown rice, seeds, corn, wheat or rice you can create a complete protein. Properly combined beans become an excellent substitute for red meat protein that is high in saturated “bad” fat.
3. Brown Rice.
The oil in whole brown rice, not its fiber, lowers cholesterol. Brown rice can be combined with beans to form an inexpensive complete protein low in saturated “bad” fat. A study published in November 2003 of the America Journal of Clinic Nutrition cites the importance of having a diet rich in whole grains vs. refined grains as a means to help maintain a normal body weight.
A study published in the journal Diabetes Care found that half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day significantly reduces blood sugar levels in people with type 2 Diabetes. It also reduces triglyceride, LDL “bad” cholesterol, and total cholesterol levels among this group.
Garlic is helpful in preventing and reversing heart and cardiovascular disease by lowering total cholesterol, LDL “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides while raising HDL “good” cholesterol.
Flavonoids in grapes protect LDL “bad” cholesterol from free radical damage and reduce platelet clumping.
Oats when eaten regularly lowers total cholesterol levels by 25% or more within a very short time period (usually one to three months).
The major health promoting components in salmon include: Omega 3, EPA/DHA, protein, and antioxidants. All of these components have a favorable effect cardiovascular health and lipid profiles. The American Heart Association recommends that people include at least two servings of fish per week, particularly fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, anchovies, and herring), in their diets.
9. Soy Products.
The top health promoting components in soybeans are isoflavones and soluble fiber. Isoflavones act like human hormone that can lower LDL “bad” cholesterol and raise HDL “good” cholesterol. All soy products (soybeans, soy nuts, tofu, tempeh, soy milk, etc.) are complete proteins.
The monounsaturated “good” fats in walnuts have a favorable effect on high cholesterol levels and other cardiovascular risk factors. The Food and Drug Administration recently cleared a health claim stating "eating 1.5 ounces per day of walnuts as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease".
Linda Lovejoy is the creator of http://www.Lower-Cholesterol-Today.com. This site provides information on how to lower cholesterol that is backed by scientific research along with heart healthy recipes utilizing foods that lower cholesterol.
The name cholesterol is a derivation from the Greek words: chole, which means bile; and stereos, which means solid. The suffix –ol is a chemical suffix for alcohol.
This takes place in the liver when cholesterol is transported. The formation of acids will be secreted through the bile. The importance of this cholesterol manifests as the lower intestine reabsorbs most of these bile acids, and are not all secreted out of the body. These are then cast-off into the liver.
Although cholesterol has a special role in certain biochemical processes, many, especially middle-aged persons, fear cholesterol. When we speak about cholesterol, for these people it is always about an element that can be most traitorous to their lives. For them, cholesterol is best associated with cardiovascular disease, a disease with a range of lipoprotein cholesterol moving patterns or one with high doses of cholesterol in their blood. This cannot be far from the truth, but unknown to many, there are two kinds of cholesterol: bad cholesterol and good cholesterol.
So, when does cholesterol becomes bad?
Furthermore, how can we say if cholesterol is good?
When cholesterol is bad, the formation of a thick and hard deposit or plaque clogs the arteries. These arteries feed the human heart as well as the brain. Bad cholesterol manifests when there is too much low-density lipoprotein (LDL) that is circulating in the blood. This is the condition more known as “atherosclerosis”, to which this can cause a stroke or heart attack. Generally, the optimal level that human bodies should contain with LDL cholesterol is around 100mg/dL. More would increase risk of heart disease.
On the other hand, good cholesterol, or high-density lipoprotein (HDL), has a high level that seems to guard us against heart attacks. Many medical studies contend with HDL cholesterol as the element that transports some of it to the liver and away from the arteries. Other medical experts believe that it eliminates excess cholesterol that forms plaque in the arteries. Hence, the build-up of the cholesterol is slowed down.
There is another kind of cholesterol: Lp(a), a plasma LDL genetic variation. This is the kind that becomes a high-risk factor, wherein a formation of fatty tissues in the arteries can develop prematurely, when a high-level of this cholesterol is already starting to contribute to the heart disease. Up to date, there is still no evidence showing why this kind of cholesterol is an important factor for building-up fatty deposits.
If you are worried over your cholesterol count, you need to check on this. Control its build-up if you don’t want to get threatened with the heart disease. Your diet and your lifestyle are essential factors that affect your blood count. Your genes are another but you can’t change or modify this. Instead, looking into the first mentioned two factors should aid you to determine whether you are achieving healthy cholesterol level or not. If it proves that you are on the unhealthy level, seek medical help before anything worse happen. If it is otherwise, help yourself by keeping it from bordering the healthy level. Getting your cholesterol screened regularly, eating the right amount of food, exercising regularly, and maintaining your weight should be religiously followed to avoid any ugly circumstances.
Thomas DeReyna is a freelance publisher based in Cupertino, California. He publishes articles and reports in various ezines and provides a news blog.
Got Milk? Got Too Much Fat, Cholesterol, Sugar, Protein, and Contaminants?
All of us have been raised to believe that “milk does a body good” or “milk is a natural” or “milk is nature’s perfect food.” How could it not be? We associate milk with our first foods and our mothers. It is because of this association that many of us are more emotionally attached to milk and dairy products than any other food.
On top of that, our mothers gave it to us and made us drink it because they thought, along with their peers, doctors, teachers and government, that milk was necessary for strong bones and teeth and for good health and fitness.
Because we have been so heavily indoctrinated by our culture and the dairy industry itself, you may be confused whether milk is good for you or not.
Let’s take a close look at what our white and supposedly pure, wholesome drink has in it, and you decide for yourself whether milk is good for you and your health and fitness, or not.
1. Milk contains fat.
Whole milk, or 3% milk, contains 50% fat Low-fat milk, or 1% to 2% milk, contains 24% to 33% fat Skim milk contains 4% to 7% fat (yes, even skim milk has some fat) Many cheeses contain 70% fat
Who needs or wants the extra fat in our bodies? Not only does extra fat cause many conditions and diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, strokes, gallstones, and heart attacks, but we also wear it right where we don’t it—on our stomachs, hips, thighs, and butts.
2. Milk is also loaded with cholesterol—that same waxy substance that clogs up our arteries and veins and leads to heart attacks, cancer, high blood pressure, strokes, and many other conditions and diseases.
3. Milk contains milk sugar. It just so happens that an estimated 70% of the world is intolerant to the sugar in milk. Intolerance to the sugar in milk causes discomfort, gas, bloating, and other digestive problems.
4. Milk protein presents another set of problems.
Little problems linked to milk protein may be:
o Ear infections
o Sinus infections
o Mood swings
o Excess mucous – Did you ever experience or notice in others that you tend to have a runny nose and you are often draining and sniffing, particularly in the mornings? Often that excess drainage or mucous is caused from the protein in dairy products, along with other mucous-producing foods that you eat on a daily basis.
Big problems linked to the protein in milk:
o Rheumatoid arthritis
o Type 1 diabetes
o Inflammation in the kidneys
o Inflammation in the arteries
o Iron deficiency anemia
o Heart disease
Yes, all of these conditions have been linked to the protein in milk.
Along with the fat, cholesterol, milk sugar, and milk protein, milk and milk products may contain contaminants, such as:
Listeria (in cheese)
Bovine aids – Bovine leukemia and bovine aids virus can now be found, so I have read, in about 60% of all dairy herds
Hormones (eBGH, eBST, IGF) – Cows make their own hormones that come through the milk, and, if that is not bad enough, to increase a cow’s natural production of milk, cow’s are often given growth hormones. These hormones get into the milk. There are many experts who believe that cancers thrive on these hormones. In other words, there is a high correlation between the hormones found in cow’s milk and many cancers, such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, and ovarian cancer.
Antibiotics – Because cows are artificially forced by extra hormones to produce more milk than nature intended, they often get udder infections. They are then given antibiotics for these infections. Did you know that all milk is allowed to contain a certain percentage of pus for it to meet government regulations?
With all the fat, cholesterol, milk sugar, milk protein, and contaminants that come in a glass of milk, why drink it?
People are the only mammals that continue to drink milk after they are weaned and that milk comes from another mammal at that.
Cow’s milk is the perfect food—the perfect food for baby cows that can grow up to 800 pounds in a year.
Does it not make more sense to drink pure water or, even better, homemade fresh fruit and vegetable juices?
And for all you cheese lovers out there, including myself, cheese is the same thing as milk only worse. Cheese contains a whole bunch more fat (cheddar cheese is about 70% fat), salt, dyes, and more chemicals than milk.
Just as a reminder, yogurt is not a health food. It too is made from milk.
So the next time you see one of those athletes or movie stars or T.V. hosts don a fake white mustache, ask yourself two questions:
First, “Got how much fat, cholesterol, milk sugar, protein, hormones, and contaminants?”
Second, “Got how much money to wear that white mustache?”
There is only one reason to drink milk or eat cheese or yogurt, and that is because you like it and choose to consume it, not because it is necessary or even good for human health and fitness.
Dr. Leslie Van Romer is a health motivational speaker, writer, and lifestyle coach. Visit http://www.DrLeslieVanRomer.com for more inspiration.
But Won't Eating Chicken and Fish Lower My Cholesterol?
Most people and many health experts believe that cholesterol will be lowered by substituting chicken, turkey, and fish for red meat.
So instead of eating steak and potatoes for dinner, they change their eating plan to chicken and potatoes. Instead of eating a roast beef sandwich, they eat a turkey sandwich. Instead of eating a hamburger, they eat fish and chips.
Most people, including health and fitness experts, have no idea how much cholesterol they are getting in their daily diets and overall health plan. They, although well-intended, are misinformed. They simply don’t realize how much cholesterol is in all animal products, including chicken and fish.
As Dr.John McDougall states in his book, Ten Days to Dynamic Health, in a 3.5 ounce serving,
Pork contains 90mg of cholesterol
Notice that chicken contains just as much cholesterol as beef; turkey almost as much cholesterol as beef; and trout is not close behind.
On the contrary, all plant foods have exactly 0mg of cholesterol.
Are you serious about lowering your artery-clogging and disease-causing cholesterol? If you are, then eat a plant-based diet.
All animal products, including cheese and milk, are loaded with cholesterol and that extra cholesterol accumulates in your arteries and veins, raising your blood pressure and your chances of getting a heart attack or stroke.
Are you ready to take charge of your body, your health, and your life?
Load up on the best foods for human health and fitness that are choked full of the superior nutrition, little fat, no cholesterol, and fewer calories for natural and easy weight loss.
Avoid and ultimately eliminate animal and dairy products that have excess fat, cholesterol, animal protein, chemicals, calories, and absolutely no fiber. The logical choice: plant foods in the form of fresh whole fruits and vegetables, raw nuts and seeds, whole grains, and whole legumes.
So the next time you eat chicken or fish with the thought that those foods will lower your cholesterol, think again!
Dr. Leslie Van Romer is a health motivational speaker, writer, and lifestyle coach. Visit http://www.DrLeslieVanRomer.com for more inspiration.
According to general medical opinion regarding causes of prostate cancer, the risk factors are age, ethnic history and family background.
But recently, a research study have found that high cholesterol levels speed up the growth of prostate tumours. This conclusion may help to find an explanation regarding the fact prostate cancer is more frequent in the West world than in Asian countries because of diets high in cholesterol. For instance, in rural parts of Japan and China, where people use low fat diets, rates of prostate cancer are up to 90% less than in the West countries. It is also a reality that in United States prostate cancer hits about one in every six men.
The study author noted that the human body uses cholesterol in the synthesis of hormones known as androgens, which have a high influence on prostate tissue. Too much of cholesterol may cause an unbalanced production of this hormone. The surplus of cholesterol accumulates in the outer membranes of tumour cells leading to the development of prostate cancer.
Probably, the conclusion that drugs lowering cholesterol may help prevent prostate cancer or at least decrease its development is premature. But is a fact that watching your diet, you can be healthier.
Valerian D is a freelance writer interested in health issues affecting men such as prostate malignant tumours.
Fish Oil and Cholesterol & Fish Oil and Heart Disease
Scientific research results of fish oil and cholesterol control support the suggestion that a dietary supplement of quality fish oil may improve levels of good cholesterol, and possibly slightly lower bad cholesterol.
Heredity additionally plays a part in high cholesterol. There is one specific form of inherited high cholesterol that will frequently lead to premature heart disease. It is called familial “hypercholesterolemia” and can play a part in 1 of 500 people. Weight is furthermore a aspect in determining your ldl. If you have a high ldl level and are overweight, shedding those pounds may help you to lower it. Also, losing weight also helps to lower triglycerides and elevate your hdl.
Moreover, fish oil may reduce levels of triglycerides in the blood stream. Having high triglycerides is a major marker for heart disease. Study of the fish oil cholesterol connection is on-going and continues to support the accepted belief that that there is a link between dietary supplementation of fish oil and heart disease prevention.
Scientists study the relationship between the consumption of omega-3 rich fish oil and cholesterol levels in an effort to explain and understand the reduced incidence of heart disease in people whose diet consists largely of fatty fish.
Build up of bad (LDL) cholesterol in the arteries leading to the heart and the brain is called atherosclerosis and can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Medical experts believe that good (HDL) cholesterol carries the bad cholesterol back to the liver (where it is safely disposed of) and reduces the build up in the arteries. Since fish oil may increase good cholesterol, this may be one reason for the link between fish oil and heart disease prevention.
Fish Oil and Heart Disease
When studying fish oil and cholesterol, triglyceride levels are also measured. Triglycerides are fats. People with high levels of bad cholesterol and low levels of good cholesterol also have high triglyceride levels. Many people with heart disease have high triglyceride levels. The reason for the link between fish oil and heart disease prevention may be that fish oil consumption reduces the levels of triglycerides circulating in the bloodstream.
It is commonly accepted by the medical community that a daily dietary supplement of fish oil may help to prevent heart disease, even though scientists do not know exactly why.
While scientists continue to research the subject of fish oil and cholesterol and its effects on heart disease, we continue to take our supplements of purified fish oil and wait for them to come up with an answer.
It may be a long time before researchers know why or how, but currently both the American Heart Association and the Food and Drug Administration have stated that omega 3 fatty acids are important for people with heart disease.
And fish oils are one of the best sources of Omega 3's.
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