Lower Your Cholesterol Level With These 3 Fruits

September 28, 2018

One of the most common conditions faced by people of today’s generation is that of their high ‘cholesterol’ levels, which is taking a toll on their heart health. Bad cholesterol forms a layer of plaque on the walls of arteries, which makes it difficult for the blood to flow, which further contributes to high blood pressure and in worse cases, even a stroke.

Here Are 3 Fruits You Should Add To Your Cholesterol Diet.

  1. Avocados: Avocados are highly recommended for blood pressure patients. They make for a rich source of antioxidants like vitamin K, C, B5, B6, E and monounsaturated fats, which help keep the heart healthy and reduce the risk of stroke. In addition to this, avocado can also regulate LDL and HDL cholesterol levels, as well as blood triglycerides.


  1. Tomatoes:Packed with a variety of vitamins such as vitamin A, B, K and C, tomatoes can do wonders for your eyes, skin and heart. Being rich in potassium, tomato is considered a heart-friendly food. It helps bring down cholesterol, blood pressure and risk of stroke


  1. Apples:From healthy skin to digestion, there are many reasons why they call it a fruit that keeps the doctor away. Turns out that the crunchy and delicious fruit could help you manage your cholesterol levels too. According to the book ‘Healing Foods’  by DK publishing house, the pectin fibre present in apples, with other constituents such as antioxidant polyphenols, reduce levels of unhealthy LDL cholesterol and slow down oxidation – which is a risk factor of atherosclerosis a condition that is characterised by hardened arteries. That’s not all, heart-friendly polyphenols also prevent free radicals from damaging heart muscles and blood vessel.

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I am Nehanchal. 3 years ago, I started my career as content writer at Money classic Research. I am fascinated with this job and I feel habit of reading and writing enhances your skills. I love to write technical and health blogs. However, I am engineer turned writer and pursued graduation at Rajiv Gandhi Prodyogiki Vishwavidhyalaya.
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