Effect Of Milk Consumption For People With High Cholesterol?
t morning.rnDoc, I have a history of high cholesterol and if I eat a lot of fried foods and nuts, I get dizzy.rnMilk is not recommended for people with a history of high cholesterol. Is milk supplements for bones also not recommended for those who suffer from high cholesterol?rnThanks in advance
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Hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol in the blood) in a mild condition often goes undiagnosed because the symptoms are not typical. However, when cholesterol levels increase, sufferers can experience various complaints, ranging from easy aches, body stiffness, to an increased risk of stroke and heart attack.
There are many factors that trigger hypercholesterolemia, the main one is related to an unhealthy lifestyle, namely an improper diet pattern, for example consuming lots of foods or drinks with high levels of saturated fat.
Milk too, contains a fairly high fat content. Therefore, hypercholesterolemic sufferers are advised to limit milk consumption. However, that does not mean the patient should not consume at all. Some types of milk can still be consumed by people with hypercholesterolemia, including low-fat milk (low fat) or soy milk. Today, there are also many bone supplement dairy products that are designed with low fat content. So, it doesn't matter what you consume, as long as it's not excessive.
In addition, the following diet is recommended for people with hypercholesterolemia:
Reduce foods that contain high saturated fat, such as offal, coconut milk, quail eggs, goat meat, animal skins, fried foods, squid, shellfish Increase foods that contain unsaturated fats, such as avocado, seeds, olive oil, salmon, tuna, throat Also multiply vegetables and fruit Drink more Avoid alcohol Not only that, also balance the above diet by living a healthy lifestyle, starting from exercising diligently, not smoking, and maintaining an ideal body weight.
If you then have complaints related to your cholesterol levels, check with your doctor right away.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah