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A human body always needs some amount of cholesterol to work properly. But too much cholesterol in the bodyand blood could stick to the walls of your arteries. This will narrow the arteries and even block them, which later become the cause of many heart diseases. The high level HDL helps carry cholesterol from the arteriesto your liver, where it can be used or excreted. It also helps as an antioxidant and help to a reduce the risk of heart disease. Though...

High blood pressure commonly known as hypertension or “the silent killer” is affecting 1 in 3 adults every day. Almost 95% of cases are known as primary hypertension. The small leftover percentage is caused by kidney disease. Now the question arises what is this mysterious silent killer? Lifestyle plays an important role in causing high blood pressure as well as treating it. So, before starting any drug therapy, try to make changes in your lifestyle and eating habits. If you become successful...

Every day, we hear something new about nutrition. We want to eat delicious food with plenty of nutritional benefits. But do we actually consume such food? If today, we are getting information about some healthy and nutritious food coming to us, it often reported as unhealthy the next day. This whole process is so confusing. The only thing that’s important is those whole foods are much better than processed foods. So, here is the list of 10 daily nutrients that...

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease kills more than 325,000 people a year. But you can lower your risk—and eating a heart-healthy diet is a good place to start. To follow a balanced, healthy heart diet, we need to eat veggies, fruit, grains, nuts, and seeds on a regular basis. Below is an infographic by Cleveland Clinic with best foods for powering your heart. Green leafy vegetables:  Green leaf vegetable like spinach, fenugreek, radish leaves, lettuce, etc....