These 3 myths are very famous about Cholesterol, are you also a victim of this rumor?


Newz Fast, New Delhi: Cholesterol is always given with a bad eye, due to which our health can be very bad. To avoid this, it is advised to give up oily and sweet foods, otherwise first of all obesity increases.

Then due to the accumulation of plaque in the blood, there is a blockage in the veins. Due to this, there is a risk of diseases like heart attack, heart failure, hypertension, diabetes, coronary artery disease and triple vessel disease, sometimes it becomes the cause of human death.

Myths about cholesterol

Many types of myths about cholesterol are very famous, by reading this article, you can find out how much you know about cholesterol, and whether what you know is correct or not?

1. All cholesterol is bad

Cholesterol is actually an important part of our diet and should not be skipped. This means that it contains nutrients which help in building the membrane structure with the help of other nutrients.

Even though high cholesterol leads to the risk of heart diseases, but it is necessary for the body in sufficient quantity and is important to maintain the balance.

Actually, there are 2 types of cholesterol present in the body, LDL and HDL. HDL ie high density lipoproteins are good cholesterol which help in maintaining liver function and its health while low density lipoproteins can prove to be harmful for the heart.

2. High cholesterol diet can be done in fit people

If you think that your weight ratio is perfect and according to BMI you are considered fit, then you can consume more cholesterol, it is wrong.

You should never consume cholesterol in excess because it can mix with other substances like fat and calcium, which can cause blockage in the veins, which can lead to serious complications.

If you consume more cholesterol thinking about your healthy weight, then you may be at risk of heart disease and stroke because the symptoms of blockage in the veins are not detected until the condition becomes serious.

3. Everyone has the same cholesterol demand

There is such a misconception among many people regarding the intake of cholesterol. Everyone's body functioning and consumption levels are different. A person who does more physical activities may have a higher demand for cholesterol than others.

It also depends on the history of the disease that the person is suffering from, a person having a history of diabetes in the family should consume very less cholesterol, while a person who does not have any major health problems may consume a little more in his body. Cholesterol can be taken.

In fact, blood pressure is also affected differently in people with the same cholesterol level, which means that the same cholesterol level does not work in the same way for every person.

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