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Low-Calorie Meal Prep Your Day
 
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Foods That Lower Cholesterol - Ten Rules to Eat Safely for Life
 
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Healthy Fast Food - Gordon Ramsay
 
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Gordon Ramsay shows a hard working commuting couple how to make five fast simple recipes.
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Foods that Lower Cholesterol
 
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Foods that Lower Bad Cholesterol & Maintain Healthy Good Cholesterol.
5 Super Simple Low Calorie Meals
 
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Most meals at restaurants have too much calories, salt, fat, and cholesterol
 
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From Toronto - Most meals at sit-down restaurants are alarmingly high in calories, fat and sodium, according to a research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers studied nearly 20 chain sit-down restaurants, examining calories, fat, saturated fat, and sodium levels in 685 meals and 156 desserts. Results showed that calorie content from breakfast, lunch and dinner meals averaged 1,128, accounted for 151% of daily recommended sodium, 89% of daily recommended fat, 83% of daily recommended saturated and trans fat, as well as 60% of daily recommended cholesterol
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Foods That Lower Your Cholesterol
 
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Cholesterol Healthy Diet : How to Find Low Cholesterol Foods
 
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Finding foods that are low in cholesterol only requires taking the time to check the nutritional facts label. Stay healthy with tips from a registered dietitian and nutritionist in this free video on finding low cholesterol foods. Expert: Charlotte Lawson Bio: Charlotte Lawson is a licensed and registered dietitian and nutritionist who graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in dietetics and health promotion specialization. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: There are so many great ways to maintain a cholesterol-healthy diet, which includes fruits, vegetables and good fats. Start feeling better with tips from a registered dietitian and nutritionist in this free video on having a cholesterol healthy diet.
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My Diet Routine! (What I Eat In A Day)
 
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Foods that lower cholesterol
 
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Foods that lower cholesterol People have to eat in order to have energy to do certain things. Some are able to make three or four trips to the buffet table while others are satisfied after one round. In any case, the type of food brought to the plate could be healthy or harmful and the choice is really up to the person. Those who love to eat red meat and other dishes that are fatty or oil are at risk of getting sick. This isn’t diarrhea but something worse which could be life threatening because of the amount of bad cholesterol that is being taken into the body. The high levels of cholesterol in the body are happening more often now than ever before. This is because of the variety of food offered now in the grocery and in restaurants. The person can still recover from this by eating foods that are not high in saturated fats. Is there one food product that can be called the best to lower cholesterol? The answer is no because a well balanced diet must come from all the food groups. Instead of drinking full cream milk or mixing this with cornflakes or whole grain, it is best to use non fat milk instead. The taste is almost the same is much healthier than the regular brand bought in the supermarket. Instead of having steak when having a cookout or picnic, this should be changed with lean meats instead. These things don’t have that much fat in the center or in the edges and taste just as good as the big slab served with mash potatoes. The healthiest thing to have either for lunch and dinner is food that comes from the ocean. This can be fish or shellfish that is known to carry Omega 3, which is very effective in lowering the levels of cholesterol in people. Eating a candy bar or a slice of cake doesn’t see so bad but these things are rich in fat. Those who need to fill the stomach with something should try nuts or fruits instead. These products are rich in fiber as well as have vitamins and minerals that are healthier to consume. In each meal, the person must not forget to add some fruits in the plate. A salad works best or having a few carrots or potatoes as a side dish. There must always be a balance whenever the individual decides to have meat or fish. Chicken is not good if this is fried. Those who want to eat it for a change can still do as long as the skin has been removed. This can also be steamed which is a healthier way of cooking it before this is served in a plate. There are many ways to cook the food mentioned. The individual can get a cookbook or download some recipes from the Internet to be able to come up with something delicious and at the same time lower one’s cholesterol levels. If following the instructions are hard, there are always shows on television that teach homemakers and other people the basics into cooking something fat free which is good for the diet. It is never too late to make some lifestyle and changes in order to live a longer and healthier life. Channel: http://bit.ly/2g5OTFL Google+: http://bit.ly/2fAlIIw Blogger: http://bit.ly/2g11WJ6 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/2fF63bc
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Food for Life: 5 foods you should never eat
 
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CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reveals the 5 foods that Men's Health contributing editor David Jack says you should never eat. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/
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Crispy fried chicken  low cholesterol
 
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3 Healthy Chicken Recipes | Dinner Made Easy
 
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This Is The World’s #1 Food For Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Heart Attack, And S
 
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Science Confirms: This Is The World’s #1 Food For Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Heart Attack, And Stroke! How can one fruit be one of the best foods, for high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and cholesterol? Many feel that dates, have a strong flavor. Some love it, while others need to put in a smoothie, to choke down. This fruit is roughly 70 percent sugar content, in the form of fructose, and has about 60-70 calories per date. However, there is a special kind of date, that has only 20 calories. These dates are known as Deglet Noor dates, and are rich in potassium and fiber. And it’s the fiber and B vitamins, that make this superfood really good, for your heart. ......................... Subscribe To My Channel (https://goo.gl/MQA6z9) Google+ ( https://goo.gl/BkVrj4) Twitter (https://goo.gl/DiuVYa ) ..................................................................................................... Copyright: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/139799 .......................................................................................................... Thanks For Watching. Subscribe For More Videos. .................................................................................................................. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "6 Simple Tricks to Remove Pesticides From Your Food And Detox Your Body" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=239NJ64qQDo -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Pizza Free - Fat-Free, Gluten-Free Cholesterol Free, Sugar-Free Pizza
 
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As seen on Showcase Marketplace Television! Pizza Fit'n Free! Since 1991 we have been perfecting our pizzas to bring you your favorite food—only healthier! Whether you are on a low-fat or calorie restricted diet, or are looking for an organic, gluten-free option we have the answer! Our original Fat-Free or Gluten-Free pizzas will satisfy your craving for pizza anytime! Our pizzas are 100% DELICIOUS and GUILT-FREE! Order online at www.pizzafree.com
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THE HEALTHIEST FOOD IN THE WORLD : It Can Lower Cholesterol & Blood Pressure, Prevents Heart Attack
 
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This is the healthiest food in the world, it can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, protect you from heart attack and stroke, strengthens the heart and more. http://www.healthylivinghouse.com/the-healthiest-food-in-the-world-it-can-lower-cholesterol-blood-pressure-prevents-heart-attack-stroke/
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How To Eat Rice Without Getting Fat And Make It A Healthy Food?
 
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We all love eating rice, but one thing that prevents us from eating rice is the weight gain, which it brings with it. Rice is a stable diet in many countries, including India. Rice is rich in starch or carbohydrates, especially white rice. Excess carbohydrates in the body get converted into fats, this is the reason we put on weight immediately after eating rice. This is because the body gets loaded with sugar that comes from the breakdown of starch present in rice. Rice is also the main reason for growing diabetes, as it causes a rise in blood sugar level, which can be difficult to bring under control for many. If you eat rice regularly then you must be physically active to burn the calories. However, it is also true that rice gives us instant energy, whenever we are hungry. We love to eat rice, as the calories are easy to breakdown by the body for an instant supply of energy. Now, there is a good news for you, you can eat rice without getting fat. Watch on this video to know how to cut on 60 percent of the calories from rice. Cook Rice With Coconut Oil. Boil rice and add 1 to 3 tablespoons of coconut oil in it. Keep the rice aside and wait until the water gets absorbed in it. Refrigerate the rice for 12 hours and then reheat it before consuming. How Coconut Oil Removes Calories From Rice. There are two types of starch in rice, one is digestible and the other is indigestible. The digestible starch is the main reason for weight gain. The starch that is digested gets absorbed into the blood and gets converted into fats. Indigestible Sugar In Rice. The indigestible starch present in rice is present in a lesser quantity and it is the starch that is not converted into fat. This is because this indigestible starch is not digested and absorbed by the body. It just fills the tummy and remains as such in the stomach until it is excreted from the body Coconut Oil Converts Digestible Starch Into Indigestible Sugar. When coconut oil is added to rice, it reacts with the digestible starch and then gets converted to an indigestible sugar. This starch can not be broken down by the body, and thus does not contribute to weight gain. This reduces the calories in the rice by 60 percent. Benefits Of Indigestible Starch In Rice. There are many benefits of this indigestible starch in rice formed by adding coconut oil. This starch, also known as resistant starch, reduces the blood glucose level, prevents constipation, makes insulin to work better, improves digestion, makes you feeling full and burns the fat faster. All of this helps to reduce weight and prevents some common diseases. Use This Coconut Trick For All Starchy Foods. You can also eat other starchy foods, without getting fat, by adding coconut oil and by refrigerating the rice for 12 hours. Foods like pasta, potatoes, oats and cereals can also be cooked with coconut oil to reduce the calories in them. Filter The Water From Rice. Another easy way to reduce calories from rice is to strain the thick water from the boiling rice. Boil the rice as usual, and when the water thickens, throw it out. This water is rich in starch, and you can even see the water becoming very thick, which can be used as a glue due to its thick consistency. Video URL : https://youtu.be/VsIwJf4uHZI
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Healthier Pasta 4 Ways
 
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7 Low Carb Breakfast Ideas - A Week Of Keto Breakfast Recipes
 
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7 Low Carb Breakfast Ideas - A Week Of Keto Breakfast Recipes - meal prep for a week of breakfasts when following a low carb high fat diet like the Ketogenic Diet. ** Want to watch 3 New Videos Every Week? Subscribe for FREE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv1rd3I2qtBwtJh0lue2pww Keto Weekly Meal Plans - http://www.yummyinspirations.net/ketomealplans Get More Keto Diet Inspiration - Try Audible & Get 2 Free Audiobooks - http://amzn.to/2GdYCVo Watch Next - 7 Low Carb Breakfasts without eggs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwzYLY9c5JM 7 Keto Vegetarian Breakfasts - https://youtu.be/80eCijhWfGI Low Carb Lunch Ideas - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZC0prKN4IEA Low Carb Dinner Ideas - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9WiqdKjgMo 7 Low Carb Salad Ideas - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwOCoTK3jjY For more inspiration visit: Yummy Inspirations - http://www.yummyinspirations.net/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/YummyInspirations Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yummyinspires/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/YummyInspires Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/yummyinspire/ Subscribe For Email Updates - http://eepurl.com/z2BGH Camera Used: Panasonic Lumix LX7 - http://amzn.to/1PEk822 (Affiliate Link) Business Enquiries - yummyinspirations@gmail.com Thanks for watching 7 Low Carb Breakfast Ideas - A Week Of Keto Breakfast Recipes! :)
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Healthy Kofta Kadhi (Low Cholesterol & Healthy Heart Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
 
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Healthy Kofta Kadhi, a healthy accompaniment to whole wheat rotis to make a complete meal. Recipe Link : http://www.tarladalal.com/Healthy-Kofta-Kadhi-5294r Subscribe : http://goo.gl/omhUio Tarla Dalal App: http://www.tarladalal.com/free-recipe-app.aspx Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/TarlaDalal/207464147348 YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TarlaDalalsKitchen/featured Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/tarladalal/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/107883620848727803776 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tarla_Dalal Tarla Dalal Blogspot: http://tarladalal.blogspot.in/ Healthy Kofta Kadhi Mouth-watering steamed koftas with sprouts and greens can turn the simple Gujarati kadhi into a low cholesterol, heart-friendly treat. A tempering of cumin, mustard and fenugreek seeds lends an irresistible aroma to this Healthy Kofta Kadhi while the use of low-fat curds gives it a perfectly authentic texture in a low calorie format. Preparation Time: 15 minutes. Cooking Time: 16 minutes. Serves 4. For the koftas ¼ cup sprouted moong (whole green gram), coarsely crushed ¼ cup chopped fenugreek (methi) leaves ¼ cup chopped spinach (palak) ¼ cup besan (Bengal gram flour) 1 tsp green chilli paste Salt to taste For the kadhi 1½ cups low-fat curds (dahi) 2 tbsp besan (Bengal gram flour) ¼ tsp turmeric powder (haldi) 1 tsp ginger-green chilli paste 1 tsp oil 1 tsp mustard seeds (rai / sarson) ½ tsp fenugreek (methi) seeds ½ tsp cumin seeds (jeera) 2 pinches of asafoetida (hing) 5 to 6 curry leaves (kadi patta) Salt to taste For the garnish 2 tbsp chopped coriander (dhania) For the koftas 1. Combine all the ingredients along with 1 tbsp of water in a deep bowl and mix well. 2. Place spoonfuls of the mixture at equal distance on a steamer plate and steam them in a steamer for 6 to 8 minutes or till the koftas are firm. Keep aside to cool completely. For the kadhi 1. Combine the curds, besan and 2 cups of water in a deep bowl and mix well using a whisk till the mixture is smooth and lump-free. 2. Add the turmeric powder and ginger-green chilli paste, mix well and keep aside. 3. Heat the oil in a deep non-stick pan and add the mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds and cumin seeds. 4. When they crackle, add the asafetida and curry leaves and sauté on a medium flame for a few seconds. 5. Lower the flame, add the curds-besan mixture and salt and mix well. Cook on a medium flame for 4 to 5 minutes, while stirring occasionally. Keep aside. How to proceed Just before serving, re-heat the kadhi, add the koftas, mix gently and cook on a medium flame for 1 to 2 minutes. Serve hot garnished with coriander. Nutrient values per serving Energy: 85 kcal Protein: 5.7 gm Carbohydrates: 11.3 gm Fat: 1.9 gm Fibre: 1.8 gm Cholesterol: 0 mg
Views: 11024 Tarla Dalal
Easy Lemon Chicken Recipe-Oil Free Lemon Chicken-Diet Lemon Chicken-How to cook oil free Chicken(SUB
 
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The lemon chicken recipe is a very spicy, tangy and delicious recipe that not only satisfies your taste buds but also wows your guests. this lemon chicken recipe is even better as it is totally oil free. Not a drop of oil is used in preparing this chicken. Health conscious foodies will just love it. another added advantage is it requires very few basic ingredients that can be found in every household. So, enjoy this healthy, quick and easy recipe and don't forget to share it with your fellow foodies. :) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To buy non-stick kadahi: https://amzn.to/2LZrp2a To buy treo glass bowl: https://amzn.to/2M1Z4IH To buy silicon spatula set: https://amzn.to/2M3JpbU (affiliate) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE RECIPE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD1Yg5pUb3c&t=3s CHOCOLATE DECORATIONS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e8d7M68HN4 BIRTHDAY CAKE IN MICROWAVE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHIhB_3n-xo CHOCOPIE AND BROWNIE SHAKE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3F0BBJHrRg CHOCO LAVA CAKE IN MICROWAVE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE5cM-0wDiQ&t=53s KITCHEN TIPS PART 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSIHlmyhwbo&t=2s KITCHEN TIPS PART 2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuNLMW9NkK8 MICROWAVE TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xySgWaBV-es WEEKLY MEAL PLANNING TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSHItvnTN1U&t=3s STAINED COOKER CLEANING TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xTZ7NUh1AY&t=67s ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ Follow us on: FACEBOOK: https://touch.facebook.com/harjeetkir... INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/harjeetkira... SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9QT... DO SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FELLOW FOODIES. ~~~~~~~~~~LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND SHARE~~~~~~~~¬¬¬
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Keto Increases Your Cholesterol - What to Do
 
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Click Here to Subscribe: http://Bit.ly/ThomasVid Website: http://ThomasDeLauer.com Get the Clothes I Wear at 25% Off - Use Code: TDSUMMER25 at http://www.Hylete.com Keto Increases Your Cholesterol - What to Do - Thomas DeLauer So you might be watching this video because you went on a low carb high fat keto diet and you saw an increase in your cholesterol levels. Maybe your doctor's telling you that you're doing something terribly wrong. Maybe he's telling you you need to get off that ketogenic diet because your cholesterol levels are high. Maybe you're just scared. Maybe you're just concerned as to why they're higher, or maybe you're trying to be proactive and trying to understand why they might get higher. In this video, I'm gonna help you understand that higher levels of cholesterol on a ketogenic diet could very well mean a very, very good and rather cool thing. You see, we have to remember that we're on a ketogenic diet. Everything is surrounding fats. We're eating a lot of fats, we're metabolizing fats, we're gonna have more lipids and we're gonna have more cholesterols in the bloodstream, plain and simple. We have to remember that. What's interesting is that higher levels of cholesterol on a ketogenic diet are being linked and associated with weight loss. Believe it or not, once weight loss starts and fatty acid metabolism really kicks in, we see an increase in cholesterol. So it usually means that you're having an influx of weight loss occurring at that very point in time. You see, as fat starts to break down, cholesterol goes up, and it has to do with the fact that triglycerides are mobilized and they end up getting broken down into fuel but the cholesterol just kinda hangs out. The cholesterol doesn't really get burned for fuel. It's not metabolized like that. It's not energy. So what it does, it ends up sitting in the bloodstream, waiting to get recycled by the liver. It's not doing anything good or doing anything bad. It's just elevated and it's usually indicative of the fact that your body is using a little bit more fat for fuel at that very point in time. So you will find it's a temporary increase and once the weight loss starts to plateau a little bit and starts to slow down, your cholesterol levels will probably start to come down. You've probably seen an increase in both your HDL and your LDL, and it just has to do with the fact that both of them are mobilized. On that note, we have to understand HDL and LDL and the relationship with ketosis, and once you understand this, everything's gonna make a lot more sense and I can almost guarantee you're gonna come out of this video overall feeling a lot less stressed out about this situation. First off, HDL and LDL, they're not even cholesterols. They're transport vehicles. They deliver cholesterols. So you've got high density lipoprotein and low density lipoprotein. Low density lipoprotein, the "bad cholesterol" delivers nutrients. It delivers cholesterol, delivers fat and fat-soluble nutrients to the cell. Very important, but for some reason it gets a bad rap. Then we have HDL. HDL's job is to go around and pick up waste particles or used LDL, particles of LDL, and take them back to the liver for recycling. So somewhere along the lines, messages got kinda confused. For some reason we think that LDL is bad because it's delivering fat, even though it's totally important. For some reason we think that purely recycling that fat is the only good thing that should be occurring. References 1) Evidence that supports the prescription of low-carbohydrate high-fat diets: a narrative review. (2017, January 1). Retrieved from http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/51/2/133 2) LDL Cholesterol: Size DOES Matter. (2016, October 30). Retrieved from https://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-sheridan/ldl-cholesterol-size-does_b_8372366.html 3) What are LDL cholesterol particle size patterns A and B? | health.am. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.health.am/topics/more/what_are_ldl_cholesterol_particle_size_patterns_a_and_b/ 4) Volek JS , et al. (n.d.). Carbohydrate restriction has a more favorable impact on the metabolic syndrome than a low fat diet. - PubMed - NCBI. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19082851?access_num=19082851&link_type=MED&dopt=Abstract 5) Aude YW , et al. (n.d.). The national cholesterol education program diet vs a diet lower in carbohydrates and higher in protein and monounsaturated fat: a randomized trial. - PubMed - NCBI. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15505128?access_num=15505128&link_type=MED&dopt=Abstract 6) Long-term effects of a very-low-carbohydrate weight loss diet compared with an isocaloric low-fat diet after 12 mo. - PubMed - NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19439458
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15 Natural Ways and 5 Best Foods to Lower Cholesterol for Better Heart Health
 
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15 Natural Ways and 5 Best Foods to Lower Cholesterol for Better Heart Health. It’s a great idea to lower your cholesterol naturally, and if you make the proper adjustments to your diet and lifestyle you may not need to go on prescription medication to get the job done. In some cases natural methods may not be enough, and your cholesterol may be at a dangerous enough level that you need to intervene with pharmaceuticals. That’s why it’s always a good idea to work with your doctor and let them know you’d like to handle this as naturally as possible. Here are a variety of ways you can start using to get your cholesterol under control. 1. Increase Activity Levels:. The absolute most natural way to lower cholesterol is to get your body moving more. It’s natural for the human body to move, and in today’s society our level of activity has hit all time lows. We’re presented with a world that comes to us and requires very little action on our part. We sit in our cars, at our desks, and on our sofas, and getting exercise has become like a chore. But it wasn’t always like this, and some of the lowest rates of high cholesterol come from cultures where daily activity is built into the lifestyle. 2. Get More Fiber:. Eating more fiber is one key to lowering your cholesterol, and is very natural as well. Earlier humans used to eat plenty of fiber, as their diet consisted mostly of fruits growing in trees, and later plants that they found while foraging in a hunter-gatherer lifestyle. Only in modern times has the standard diet become so devoid of fiber. Since meat is so easily obtained now and forms the cornerstone to most meals, with fruits and vegetables relegated to side dishes, the amount of fiber consumed daily has been reduced to very low levels. Increase your intake of natural fiber sources and you’ll do wonders for your cholesterol. 3. Reduce Saturated Fats:. Saturated fat is the bad kind of fat, the kind that hardens arteries and raises your bad levels of cholesterol. If you reduce the amount of saturated fat you eat, all else being equal you should notice a reduction in your cholesterol levels. One of the easiest ways to help clear out some of the saturated fat in your diet is it change your cooking methods. Bake your food instead of frying it, or grill it. These two ways of cooking drastically reduce the amount of oil you’re using, which will naturally help you reduce the saturated fat, and have lower levels of cholesterol as a result. 4. Watch the Salt:. Today’s foods are already loaded with sodium, yet still we add salt to them in order to flavor them up, sometimes without even tasting them first to see if they need it. The problem is that ordinary iodized salt is going to contribute to your sodium levels, which could increase levels of hypertension, which when combined with high levels of cholesterol can spell trouble. If you need to use salt, make sure it’s sea salt or Himalayan salt, and not the refined salt you see on restaurant tables across the country and in great big blue cylindrical containers at the store. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
High Protein Low Calorie Foods
 
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Here Is List Of Best Low Calorie Foods ..........................Foods In The Video.............................. 10. Eggs (11.9 calories per gram of protein) 13g Protein, 155 Calories per 100g 9. Tempeh (10.16 calories per gram of protein) 19g Protein, 193 Calories per 100g 8. Sirloin (9.03 calories per gram of protein) 27g Protein, 244 Calories per 100g 7. Tofu (9 calories per gram of protein) 8g Protein, 72 Calories per 100g 6. Nonfat Cottage Cheese (7.2 calories per gram of protein) 10g Protein, 72 Calories per 100g 5. Chicken Breast (6.56 calories per gram of protein) 30g Protein, 197 Calories per 100g 4. Turkey Breast (6.52 calories per gram of protein) 29g Protein, 189 Calories per 100g 3. Tilapia (4.96 calories per gram of protein) 26g Protein, 129 Calories per 100g 2. Tuna (4.46 calories per gram of protein) 26g Protein, 116 Calories per 100g 1. Shrimp (4.13 calories per gram of protein) 24g Protein, 99 Calories per 100g 1. Shrimp (4.13 calories per gram of protein) Shrimp is one of the highest protein, lowest calorie foods you can eat, so if you’re looking to keep your calories down but still meet your protein needs for the day, this is your best bet. It’s a bit high in cholesterol, so you’ll want to keep your portion sizes in check, and be sure to see if the preparation process is adding any calories to it. Many shrimp offerings in restaurants have added calories in the way of butter, breading, and deep frying. 2. Tuna (4.46 calories per gram of protein) Tuna is one of the healthier options to go with if you want plenty of protein but not a lot of calories. It contains omega-3s as well, so you’re getting those benefits in addition to it being a high-quality protein. Canned tuna in water is how we made our calculations, but you can also eat raw tuna in sushi for a low cal high protein meal. 3. Tilapia (4.96 calories per gram of protein) Tilapia is one of the most popular white fish varieties and it’s a great example of how most fish is high in protein while low in calories. The best way to enjoy tilapia without adding to its caloric value is to bake it or steam it. It’s also rich in omega-3s, and is low in fat so as long as it’s not cooked in a way that adds to its fat content it makes a great item for weight loss and weight management. 4. Turkey Breast (6.52 calories per gram of protein) Turkey breast is a winner when it comes to providing you with protein and not being big on calories. Go with roasted turkey breast over deli meat as it will cut down considerably on the amount of sodium. 5. Chicken Breast (6.56 calories per gram of protein) Much like turkey breast, chicken breast provides you with a substantial amount of protein, and keeps your calories to a minimum. You can have a sizable portion of chicken and really rack up the protein without putting a big dent in your allotted calories for the day. . Nonfat Cottage Cheese (7.2 calories per gram of protein) Going with nonfat cottage cheese cuts out some calories and still leaves you with a good amount of protein. Perhaps that’s why it’s long been used by bodybuilders and others looking to put on lean muscle without going overboard on calories. 7. Tofu (9 calories per gram of protein) Tofu can help you meet your protein needs and doesn’t contain much in the way of calories. It’s a soy product, which generally means a good protein source and not too many calories. 8. Sirloin (9.03 calories per gram of protein) Sirloin may have a lot of calories, but it also has a lot of protein, so if you need a good dose or protein to round out a meal, it’s the way to go. 9. Tempeh (10.16 calories per gram of protein) Tempeh is a staple in many vegetarian and vegan diets, and for good reason. It supplies plenty of protein, helps you feel fuller longer, and isn’t very big in the calorie department. 10. Eggs (11.9 calories per gram of protein) Eggs are a great way to get your protein, and while they may not have the best ratio of calories to protein on our list, they still make a better choice than the vast majority of foods out there. #High Protein Foods List,#high protein low calorie,#high protein low calorie foods,#high protein,#low calorie,#low calorie foods,#high protein foods,#protein rich food list,#low calorie foods that are filling,#low calorie foods that fill you up,#low calorie filling foods SUBSCRIBE MY CHANNEL FOR MORE AMAZING VIDEOS FOLLOW ON LINKS GIVEN BELOW YOUTUBE :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2f42e_L0_maTloIONh6a3A/videos FACEBOOK :https://www.facebook.com/pg/Amazing-10Zz-1364598670252692/posts/?ref=page_internal GOOOGLE PLUS :https://plus.google.com/u/0/116192191134455059591 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/ PINTEREST : https://www.pinterest.com/topten10986/
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Low-Calorie Breakfast Recipes
 
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Chef Mark Bailey shares some recipes.
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Is Rice Healthy?
 
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For more info: https://draxe.com/brown-rice-nutrition/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Sept-2015&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=rice Today I am answering the question, “Is rice healthy?” and explaining the difference between white rice and brown rice. My answer is that it really depends on you. I will show you the pros and cons of rice and go over what I believe is the healthiest rice today. There is a debate today about if you should consume rice or not: ⁃ The paleo diet community says to stay grain-free and therefore that rice is not healthy ⁃ Chinese medicine followers and vegans think rice can be an incredible superfood I believe there is validity to both but it depends on the person and the preparation of the rice. Rice to stay away from: Refined White Rice (This is not jasmine or basmati rice but the sticky white rice from fast food or Chinese restaurants.) Rice Cons: • Fiber, minerals and vitamins have been removed. • Study shows that people are twice as likely to develop diabetes as opposed to those eating whole grain brown rice. • Contains phytic acid (enzyme inhibitor) which keeps you from absorbing and digesting vitamins and minerals. • Contains proteins that are difficult to digest Rice Pros: • Whole grain brown rice is high in B3 which is good for heart health. • Whole grain brown rice is high in selenium which supports the thyroid and kidneys. • Certain types of rice contain GABA, a neurotransmitter that can support the brain and help reduce anxiety as well as support metabolism. So ... is rice healthy? Is brown rice healthy? It depends on how it is prepared. I believe if rice is soaked and sprouted, it unlocks the vitamins and minerals versus most rices that aren’t sprouted. I personally consume an organic rice from the company, True Roots. It is a germinated brown rice (soaked and sprouted) which kills off phytic acid and is easier to digest. In Chinese medicine, look up “qi” or “chi.” They believe that short grain brown rice increase your body’s “qi” which is your body’s life source and energy. It is considered to be one of the #1 healing foods. I suggest my patients make a “congee” with chicken bone broth, brown rice and vegetables such as carrots and celery. This chicken vegetable rice soup is healing and nourishing to the body. In conclusion, is rice healthy? Yes, it can be if you are doing sprouted rice that is traditionally prepared. Simply put, stay away from white refined rice that is void of vitamins and minerals and can cause a spike in your blood sugar and insulin levels. *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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10 Foods To Avoid If You Are Watching Your Cholesterol Levels
 
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10 Foods To Avoid If You Are Watching Your Cholesterol Levels There is nothing more pleasing in the world than Food. Whether bored or excited, we all love munching on delicious delights. While we are younger we do not care about which Food is good or which one is bad. “C’mon! food is food – it can’t be bad”. Wrong! With age, you need to monitor your food habits as certain food item can aggravate an existing medical condition or might even invite new ones. Here is a list of 10 food items that you certainly need to avoid if you have a heart condition or high cholesterol issues. 1. Liver The liver is a rich source of iron and is one hell of a scrumptious dish but do you know that highest concentrated levels of cholesterol in animals is found in Liver. People already dealing with high blood cholesterol need to strictly avoid including liver in their meal so as to avoid any kind of heart-related complications. 2. Shellfish There is no denial that shellfish offers a variety of health benefits but this delight is one of the top offenders when it comes to high blood cholesterol. Apart from shellfish heart patients should also avoid seafood like oysters, mussels, crab, lobster, and clams. It might be a shocker for few but do you know King crab legs contain 71 mg of cholesterol per serving, lobster contains 61 mg and oysters contain 58 mg per serving. Decide for yourself. 3. Cream Cheese Morning bagels are incomplete without cream cheese. But just 1 oz of cream cheese contains as much as 27mg of cholesterol. You might want to calculate the total it up considering your actual serving size. 4. Hamburgers We all know the struggle of a quick bit in office hours and the best solution – Hamburger. Do you know an average fast food burger gives you 60-150mg of cholesterol on one serving? Next time, you need a quick bite think about all these numbers before heading to Mc Donald’s. Egg yolks have the most cholesterol as compared to any other food item – a whopping 1,234 mg per 100 g serving. Avoiding egg is difficult, however, the least you can do is to avoid large servings and restrict to just 1-2 eggs in a day. 5. Egg Yolk Egg yolks have the most cholesterol as compared to any other food item – a whopping 1,234 mg per 100 g serving. Avoiding egg is difficult, however, the least you can do is to avoid large servings and restrict to just 1-2 eggs in a day. 6. Butter You know this was coming, right? Sorry, but we can’t help it. 1 tablespoon of butter contains as much as 30gm of cholesterol. Also, butter is one of the main ingredients for all deserts – avoiding this food item will be difficult. You can restrict yourself to desserts that use a minimum of butter sticks instead of ones that call for 2-3 sticks of butter such as shortbread. 7. Duck Duck might not be a daily food item but is thoroughly enjoyed as a delicacy in all uptight restaurants. This oily meat is considered as good source of protein, iron and Vitamin B, however, apart from these, it is also rich in cholesterol. So, next time you visit a fancy restaurant, do yourself a favor and avoid ordering duck for a meal. 8. Fried Chicken Golden outside, juicy inside – Fried chicken, one of the most popular and ‘go-to’ food of this generation. While fried chicken is one of the yummiest and no fuzz food but you might want to opt for some healthy Chicken alternatives as the former has much higher cholesterol than Hamburger. 9. Shrimps You might wonder why we have included Shrimps in the list as this is the only food item that diet lovers love still it has low levels of fat. The higher levels of cholesterol in shrimps make it a puzzling food for all. 100 g of shrimp contains a massive 65 percent of the recommended daily allowance of cholesterol but a single large shrimp contains only 3-4 percent – So, keep a check on how much you are eating in one serving. 10. Ice-cream Ice-creams – the favorite dessert of people of all age groups. But even this sweet treat can prove bitter for your health. One scoop of ice cream can give you cholesterol equivalent to 10 glazed doughnuts. Source - http://www.curejoy.com/content/10-foods-avoid-watching-cholesterol-levels/ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Music -
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The Hidden Carbs In Restaurant Foods That Will STOP Ketosis Cold!
 
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Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course: http://pxlme.me/-i717vtY Dr. Berg talks about the hidden foods in restaurant foods could be blocking your ketosis (fat burning). 1. Processed cheese 2. BBQ sauce 3. Dressings 4. MSG 5. Breading on meats 6. Salsa 7. Dextrose in meats or sea foods (deli meats) 8. Maltitol 9. Chili 10. Protein bars 11. Agava syrup 12. Protein powder 13. Crab meat 14. Coleslaw 15. Pickels 16. Sauces 17. Soy oil or corn oil 18. Meatloaf and meatballs 19. Soups usually come with thickeners which are corn starch and other products that are high glycemic. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ Follow us on FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg Send a Message to Dr. Berg and his team: m.me/DrEricBerg TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: https://www.drberg.com/blog YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123 ABOUT DR. BERG: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S STORY: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: https://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: https://www.drberg.com/reviews Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He also works with their physicians, who then monitor their medications. Dr. Berg is not involved in advising alteration in medications. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this video or site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. The Health & Wellness and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
Views: 30510 Dr. Eric Berg DC
KETO SHREDDING DIET MEAL BY MEAL | FULL DAY OF EATING | CUTTING DIET MEAL PLAN
 
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What Will Happen If You Start Eating Oats Every Day
 
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Doctors and nutritionists highly recommend making oatmeal a part of your diet and having it as your healthy morning meal. The secret is simple: good-quality environmentally-friendly oats help you feel and look better on the inside and out. Oats have some unique properties thanks to the wide variety of vitamins and minerals they contain. Zinc helps cleanse the skin and remove toxins and other harmful compounds. Iron is one of the most important elements for the nutrition and saturation of moisture in skin cells. Magnesium promotes blood circulation and noticeable skin cell renewal. While protein is extremely important, your body also demands carbohydrates and fats, both of which you can find in oatmeal. Oats are also rich in antioxidants that help alleviate itching, inflammation, and high blood pressure. The slow carbohydrates found in oatmeal help curb your appetite and maintain normal blood sugar levels. All those nutrients in oats not only boost your metabolism but also prevent the accumulation of fat and toxins in the body. Thanks to the antioxidants present in oatmeal, the probability of damage to the walls of blood vessels by free radicals is reduced significantly. If you find it boring to just have oatmeal for breakfast every day, you’ll love the recipes we have put together to help you turn a boring oatmeal breakfast into something way more flavorful. Music: Mint Chocolate 2a - Vibe Mountain https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Your skin will look better. 0:51 Your muscles will get much-needed protein. 1:48 You’ll get a boost of antioxidants. 2:31 You'll be full of energy. 3:19 You'll lose weight. 4:19 Your cholesterol will decrease. 5:00 You'll have a lower risk of developing heart disease. 5:40 You'll get rid of digestive problems. 6:00 Oatmeal recipes: Apple pie oatmeal 6:50 Oatmeal raisin cookies 7:43 Almond butter-banana oatmeal 8:55 SUMMARY -Oatmeal is ideal for treating inflammatory conditions, like eczema, dermatitis, and skin rashes. It also promotes healthy skin overall. -One serving, or about half a cup, of oatmeal gives your body 15% of the recommended daily amount of protein. Don’t forget about vitamin E, antioxidants, and glutamine, which help muscle fibers regenerate faster. -Oats are rich in antioxidants that help alleviate itching, inflammation, and high blood pressure. -Oatmeal is full of carbohydrates that give your body the energy it needs. -Beta-glucan in oats keeps you from overeating by helping you feel fuller for a longer amount of time and promoting the release of a satiety hormone. -The linoleic acid and soluble fiber contained in oatmeal helps lower the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. -Oats are rich in good healthy fats and support the cells in the heart and circulatory system. -Experts recommend getting at least 25-38 grams of dietary fiber every day since it’s ideal for good digestion. -Try apple pie oatmeal to boost your metabolism. You’ll need oatmeal, almond milk, cinnamon, maple syrup, a large apple and apple sauce to cook it. -The ingredients you’ll need for oatmeal raisin cookies are flour, sea salt, baking soda, butter, an egg, brown sugar, cinnamon, raisins, apple sauce and fast-cooking oats. -To cook almond butter-banana oatmeal, you’ll need oatmeal, milk, almond butter, honey and a banana. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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FAST-FOOD KETO FULL DAY OF EATING!
 
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VITAL – heart cholesterol-lowering recipe
 
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Andrea du Plessis, our Vital expert shares a recipe for cauliflower with anchovy and olives – a meal that can help to lower your cholesterol and improve your heart health!
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What Foods Are High In Fiber?, Good Source Of Fiber
 
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http://serious-fitness-programs.com/weightloss FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeriousfitness http://www.serious-fitness-programs.com/2016/02/watch-and-share-video-httpwww_7.html Strawberries: One cup of strawberries has a respectable 3 grams of fiber and more than a full day’s recommended dose of vitamin C—an antioxidant that helps keep skin healthy. Raspberries: Raspberries are a great source of fiber—some of it soluble in the form of pectin, which helps lower cholesterol. One cup of raspberries has 8 grams of fiber. Raspberries are also an excellent source of vitamin C. Avocado: Avocado green has benefits for overcome anemia, provide beauty therapy and help regeneration of red blood cells. This type of fruit also contain lots of fiber (2.2 grams per 100 grams) that can be used to smooth the digestive tract and prevents constipation. Tomatoes: Tomatoes are high in fiber include fruits grading 4.2 grams per 100 grams of material. Known as lycopene tomato (tomato red dye) that is able to prevent prostate cancer. Pumpkin: Not just for pies anymore, pumpkin contains 26 grams of fiber per cup and is known as one of the top high fiber foods out there. You can try making pumpkin a staple in your house by substituting it in place of squash or sweet potatoes. Peas: Peas are processed into various types of food of any kind and are a delicious source of fiber, versatile, and inexpensive. One cup of peas can contain about 16.3 grams of fiber, and a cup of frozen peas contains about 8.8 grams after cooking. Edamame: Edamame is a kind of large green soybean seed. Half a cup of edamame can contain up to 11 grams of protein and 9 grams of fiber, depending on the brand of the product. Black beans: Black beans contains 15 grams of fiber per cup, and about 15 grams of protein. Dark color of the peanuts, showed a high content of flavonoids. Flavonoids have powerful antioxidant properties. When adding nuts and other foods high in fiber to the daily diet, be sure to drink more water. Opt for brown rice over white: A cup of cooked brown rice has 4 grams of fiber. But a cup of cooked white medium-grain rice has just 1 gram. If you're a sushi fan, ask the restaurant to substitute brown in pieces and rolls. Choose whole-grain bread over white: A sandwich made from two pieces of whole-grain bread gives you 4 grams of fiber from the bread alone. White bread has none Including high fiber foods into your diet doesn’t need to be complicated or disgusting. Fiber can be a beautiful thing when you find out that some of you favorite foods are overflowing with healthful fiber!
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heart association diet | Heart Healthy Diet | quick | heart healthy recipes | easy | fast | best
 
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTFStnxEbYM
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0i-F_CY2Drc
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfgqHnDJTO0
healthy heart diet | Heart Healthy Diet | quick | heart healthy recipes | easy | heart smart diet
 
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALP2jtm-KSI
Top 5 Worst Cooking Oils for Your Heart, Brain, and Skin
 
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Top 5 Worst Cooking Oils for Your Heart, Brain, and Skin. Let’s face it: Americans love fried foods. Whether it’s a delicious funnel cake from the county fair or an order of fries at a restaurant, the amount of fried foods we consume each year is significant. Whether we’re frying foods or simply incorporating oil into a recipe, we need to be conscious of the cooking oils we consume. After all, oil can clog arteries and create significant long-term health issues. The worst cooking oils we can incorporate into our diet are processed vegetable oils such as corn, canola, cottonseed, sunflower, and soy. older people and heart patients should never use these oils in their diet. Aside from their extraction from genetically modified crops, these oils are infused with petroleum-based chemical components. At high frying temperatures, this destroys the nutrition we need from foods. When these oils are processed, the smell of the chemicals characterizes the risk they pose for your heart, brain, and skin. However, they are chemically deodorized before being sold to the public on supermarket shelves. Inaccurate research and dishonest marketing sell these oils to the public as “natural” and “healthy,” which couldn’t be further from the truth. The average American consumes 3 or more tablespoons of vegetable oil every day. Because you may be ingesting unhealthy substances without even realizing you are doing so, it’s critical to consider the source and healthiness of the oil used in your cooking. Aside from the five oils i spoke of, you’ll want to avoid anything that’s “partially hydrogenated,” such as vegetable and soybean oil. These fats are extra-saturated and lead to the “bad” cholesterol, which increases the likelihood for heart disease and other health issues. Healthy Oils for Cooking. Even though many oils can damage your heart, brain, and skin, there are many cooking oils that actually help you live a healthy lifestyle. Of course, one of the healthiest oils you can consume is olive oil, though you probably shouldn’t use this in your cooking. Remember, 70-80 percent of the fat found in olive oil is monounsaturated, meaning that it’s relatively high in MUFA content, which lowers reactivity. In other words, it’s not the most ideal oil for higher cooking temperatures, despite its other health benefits. Unlike oils that are processed from seeds, avocado oil is taken from the tree itself and includes many of the benefits that the fresh fruit does. Coconut oil boasts incredible benefits for your hair, skin, and cholesterol levels. In fact, used in moderation, coconut oil can even increase bone strength, improve high blood pressure, and help regulate blood sugar for those suffering with diabetes. Have you eliminated these oils from your diet? What oils have you added? If you’re conscientious about the cooking oils you use, we’d love to hear about it below. If you have any questions ask them in the comments below. Thank you for watching. please like, comment, subscribe and share this video with your friends and family.
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Top 10 HEALTH BENEFITS OF SWEET CORN
 
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LEARN amazing health benefits and nutritional facts of SWEET CORN (BHUTTA). The Sweet corn! Also known as Bhutta in India is a favorite among food lovers. The benefits of corn cannot be ignored. Corn is an incredible variety of maize that has a delicious taste and savored by one and all! This starchy vegetable is high in carbohydrates and is widely used in many Indian and continental dishes to suit the taste buds of many. Sweet corn is a vegetable that is full of starch. This means it is high in carbohydrate content. It contains multiple nutrients that can reap benefits for the body. Sweet corn works well as a side dish, or can be used as an ingredient in soups, salads or casseroles. By adding it in other foods, you can increase the nutrient content even more. Sweet corn is rich in a source called folate. Folate is commonly known as vitamin B9, which effectively lowers the homocysteine levels in the body. Are you all aware of the benefits of sweet corn? If not let us have a look at some of them listed below: 1. Sweet Corn For Improved Digestion: This incredible vegetable plays a vital role in improving your digestion and in turn relaxes the intestines. Corn as a matter of fact is filled with fiber that helps in getting rid of digestive problems like- constipation. Eating corn kernels can do you a lot of good by alleviating digestive disorders. This is one of the sweet corn benefits. 2. Sweet Corn For Healthy Heart: Corn is rich in folate that is a kind of Vitamin B. This helps in keeping your heart healthy and prevents various heart disorders or cardiovascular diseases.  3. Sweet Corn For Cholesterol control: Benefits of corn are many and this is one of them. Sweet corn has a huge amount of Vitamin C that go a long way in controlling the cholesterol levels in the body. The carotenoids and the bioflavonoids too play an important role in maintaining good cholesterol and doing away with bad cholesterol from the body. 4. Sweet Corn To Prevents Anemia: Are you feeling low? Well, do not fret because the only thing you have to do is munch onto some delicious corn kernels! The folic acid that is present in this tantalizing vegetable helps in preventing any kind of anemia. 5. Sweet Corn For Diabetes Control: A lesser known fact about sweet corn is that, the starch extracted from these kernels improves the metabolism of glucose in overweight women. 6. Sweet Corn For Healthy Eyes: Your eyes are the door to the universe! Yellow corn is known to be filled with beta-carotene which is the main product that stimulates the production of Vitamin A which in turn is essential for good vision.  7. Sweet Corn For Improving Brain Function: Thiamine, the nutrient that is essential for improved brain function is present in these delicious corn kernels. Thiamine helps in strengthening your memory power that makes it easy for you to deal with various tasks on a daily basis. 8. Sweet Corn For Youthful skin: Corn is rich in antioxidants which play a vital role in getting your body rid of free radicals. Younger looking skin is everyone’s dream! So go ahead and enjoy a handful of corn each day. 9. Sweet Corn To Prevents Cancer: The dreadful decease cancer can be prevented by consuming the lovely sweet corn. The phytonutrients present in this vegetable shields your body against colon and many digestive  cancers.  10. Sweet Corn Benefits For Pregnant Women: Pregnant women are most of the time troubled with folic acid deficiency. After reading these amazing benefits of eating corn, I’m sure you all would definitely include this flavorsome vegetable into your diet! Go ahead and watch the video. You will learn more about the benefits of sweet corn.  This video will inspire you to change your lifestyle. You will feel rejuvenated once you start consuming sweet corn. That's a promise! Watch other interesting videos Garbonzo Beans - Black Chana - Health Benefits & Weight Loss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qi5FS1Euxoc Cabbage Nutrition & Benefits - Cabbage For Weight Loss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Sx11MLW7g4 Mushrooms Nutrition & Benefits For Skin, Health, Weight Loss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=696P96WYfto Eggs Health Benefits - Eggs For Hair Growth, Weight Loss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR9HZIUzk-o Beans Nutrition & Health Benefits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjk68y0iZBY Vanilla Extract Health Benefits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-mOqpncnB0 Jeera - Cumin Seeds - Health Benefits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BApnJXBxmM0 Cocoa Powder Benefits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBtWZa2oMok Related:- Health Benefits Of Sweet Corn For Skin & Hair - http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/benefits-of-corn-for-skin-hair-and-health/ For more videos subscribe @ https://www.youtube.com/StylecrazeTV https://www.youtube.com/c/StylecrazeYoga Facebook@ https://www.facebook.com/StylecrazeVideos
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High Cholesterol Foods (Slideshow)
 
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Click here for a full article on high cholesterol foods which includes an extended list of cholesterol rich foods, health information, and warnings: http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/foods-highest-in-cholesterol.php Click here for an article on cholesterol lowering foods: http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/foods-which-lower-cholesterol.php Cholesterol is a steroid lipid (fat) found in the blood of all animals and is necessary for proper functioning of our cell membranes and production of hormones. While there can be negative health benefits associated with low cholesterol, cholesterol deficiency is rare. Our bodies already manufacture all the cholesterol we need, so it is not necessary to consume more. Excessive consumption of cholesterol has been shown to increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Cholesterol is only found in animal food products, and thus, vegans are likely to have lower cholesterol than non-vegans. The current recommended daily allowance (RDA) for cholesterol is 300mg. Photo Credits: Eggs: citymama http://www.flickr.com/photos/citymama/ Caviar: The Evilist Monkey http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_eviliest_monkey/ Liver: FotoosVanRobin http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotoosvanrobin/ Butter: Carey Tilden http://flickr.com/photos/74521133@N00/309219466 Shrimp: FotoosVanRobin http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotoosvanrobin/3489245937/sizes/z/in/photostream/ Fast Food Breafast - Egg Sausage Cheese Buscuit: National Cancer Instutute http://visualsonline.cancer.gov/details.cfm?imageid=2651 Canned Fish: cygnus921 http://www.flickr.com/photos/cygnus921/4258026770/ Cheese: julesjulesjules m http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladymissmarquise/ Sausage and Bacon: National Institutes of Health http://www.nih.gov/researchmatters/april2010/04122010compulsive.htm Oysters: avlxy http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/ Music for this video provided by Musopen http://www.musopen.com/ Song -- Danza Espanola, Op. 37, H. 142 - XII. Arabesca Composer -- Enrique Granados Performer -- William Riley Link to Song with Creative Commons Public Domain Licence: http://musopen.org/music/piece/226 A product of HealthAliciousNess.com http://www.healthaliciousness.com
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HealthyCooking - Part 1
 
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Low fat, low cholesterol recipes - cooking for a Healthy Heart.
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american heart association diet | Heart Healthy Diet | quick | heart healthy recipes | easy | best
 
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txk64V1z3HE
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heart healthy recipes easy | Heart Healthy Diet | quick | heart healthy recipes | easy | fast
 
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTWh4xuq9_Q
The Perfect Healthy Scrambled Eggs
 
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A low cholesterol, low calorie alternative to traditional scrambled eggs.
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BHTV #23  Being Healthy While Eating Out
 
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Dining out is fun, but choosing the right foods can be challenging for people trying to eat healthy. While most people can make nutritious choices when eating at home, they often let healthy eating habits slide when eating out and order items that are high in fat, calories, sodium and cholesterol. And it doesn't help that many dishes offered at restaurants are prepared in a manner that makes them even higher in fat and calories than the same dish would be if it were prepared at home. However, despite these challenges, eating a healthy meal when dining out is still attainable. You just need to make sound nutritional choices and know what to order and what to avoid. I'm dedicating this show and 12 more to what foods to choose and what foods to avoid when dining out at certain types of restaurants. A new Being Healthy While Eating Out show will come out monthly for a year. Each episode will be released on the 4th Sunday of the month. This episode will focus on general tips that will help you to eat healthy no matter what cuisine you will be enjoying. Announcement: Being Healthy for Busy People, my audio show, is a Podcast Awards finalist! Daily voting will run till November 30th. If you have time, please go and vote for my podcast under Health/Fitness as many days as you can! Thank you!
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How to Cook a Low-Fat, High-Protein Chicken Breast : Stress Less, Weigh Less Recipes
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Cookingguide Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Cookingguide Low fat, high protein chicken needs to be prepared in a very specific way for the best possible results. Cook a low fat, high protein chicken breast with help from an author and media personality in this free video clip. Expert: Holly Mosier Bio: Holly Mosier is a healthy lifestyle expert, an author of the award-winning book "Stress Less, Weigh Less," and is a speaker, media personality, former trial lawyer and actress. Filmmaker: Jeff Calbom Series Description: Finding out what to prepare for a healthy dinner should never be the most stress-filled thing you try to do in a day. Learn about "stress less, weigh less" healthy recipes that are also delicious and easy to make with help from an author and media personality in this free video series.
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healthy heart foods | Heart Healthy Diet | quick | heart healthy recipes | easy | heart patient diet
 
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZidQf_D9MoI
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http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com Heart Healthy Diet Healthy Eating When Dining Out - Don't Abandon Your Diet Americans love eating out -- and there's no reason why it can't be healthy eating. But watch for hidden fat and calories! New healthcare legislation will require that big restaurant chains put calorie info on the menu, starting some time in 2011. But you can't always find out the amount of calories, fat, or salt in your food. So follow these ordering tips to make sure you stay within your healthy diet. 1.Some Fats Are Good for You Monounsaturated fats: Substituted for saturated fats in your diet, they help lower bad LDL cholesterol and don't reduce good HDL cholesterol. Found in canola oil, olive oil, olives, avocados, nuts, and nut butters. Polyunsaturated fats: Help lower cholesterol. Found in fatty fish, vegetable oils, and nuts and sunflower seeds. 2. Fish Is Good for Your Heart Fish is a healthy choice when dining out. Ordering seafood such as salmon and tuna adds omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. They are a type of polyunsaturated fat that helps lower your heart disease risk. You'll also find omega-3s in walnuts and edamame (soybeans). 3.Avoid Fried Foods and Added Cheese Eating out often means getting too much saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and calories. How can you spot the dangers? Saturated fats come mostly from meat and dairy foods. Tropical oils like palm oil and coconut oil, and butter are also saturated fats. Cholesterol is found in animal fats. Primarily the saturated fat and the cholesterol in the foods you eat increase your cholesterol levels. 4.Have a Heart Some restaurants have tuned into heart-healthy eating. They offer low-fat, low-salt, low-cholesterol menu items, designated with a heart icon. Don't confuse this with the favorites icon. That can be a flag for popular, fatty choices. One delicious heart-healthy option: A grilled fish filet, a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. 5. Don't Be Afraid to Ask In restaurants where food is cooked to order, you can make special requests for lighter fare. If you're counting calories -- or keeping an eye on saturated fat, cholesterol, or sodium -- tell your server. Ask what's in a dish. Find out how it's cooked. A chef can often prepare food using less oil, no butter, or no added salt. If there is sauce, salad dressing, or gravy, get it on the side. Then you can dip -- or skip -- and use less. For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com 6. Clues to Unhealthy Dishes Concerned about high cholesterol, diabetes, or losing weight? Read menus carefully. Thumbs Down: Fried, au gratin, braised, buttered, creamed, escalloped Hollandaise, cheese, or cream sauce In gravy, pan-fried or -roasted, rich, in butter sauce. 7. Clues to Healthy Nutrition Grilled chicken vs. fried chicken. Broiled fish vs. fried fish. When dining out, look for possible code words to healthier food with less saturated fat. Thumbs Up: Baked, broiled, grilled Poached, roasted, steamed In its own juice, garden fresh 8. Cutting Fat Can Help Weight Loss Ask your server about healthy substitutions: A vegetable or fruit instead of French fries Skinless chicken that's broiled instead of fried Low-fat milk for your coffee, instead of cream 9. Lean Choices If you're counting calories and saturated fat, hamburgers, rib eye, porterhouse, or T-bone steaks don't score well. Thumbs Up: Barbeque or grilled chicken, pot roast, meat loaf London broil, filet mignon, flank steak, sirloin tip, tenderloin Seafood, boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell 10. Healthy Chinese Food Thumbs Down: Egg rolls, egg drop soup, fried wontons, Lo Mein, Moo Shu, General Tso's Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, and fried rice. They are prepared with lots of oil, sodium, and MSG. Thumbs Up: Steamed or stir-fried seafood, chicken, bean curd, or vegetable dishes -- plus steamed rice -- for heart health. If possible, ask the cook to use less oil, soy sauce, and MSG. Article by WebMD, LLC http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holiday-eating-10/slideshow-healthy-eating-out For more info on Heart Healthy Diet go here ~ http://heart-healthy-diet.researchedbyyou.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDSbGNiht4g
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Liver healthy tips /Foods That Protect Your Liver Healthy/liver healthy foods to eat
 
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Foods That Protect Your Liver Healthy The liver is one of the body's internal organs. This liver stores the energy glycogen that stores the body's energy, cleanses the blood and cleanses the blood, cleanses the protein from the nutritious foods, and removes various toxins in the body. Keeping the liver clean and maintaining the health of the body is so important. Even though this movement begins to decline, you may face various health problems. Hence, stop smoking and protecting the liver's health and taking some food to remove toxins that are joined by the liver. This can cause the toxins to reach the liver at small intervals. Garlic: - Garlic contains essential ingredients to clean the liver like selenium and allisin. So, if you add it to daily meals, you can eliminate the toxins in the liver. Beetroot: - Antioxidants are rich in beetroot. Thus the cells in the liver are healthy. If you consume it, the blood red blood cells will also increase. Apple: - Fiber rich in apples is rich. Thus digestion is well-maintained, leaving uninterrupted waste and toxins. So eat the apple everyday and eat it daily. Green leaf vegetables Green leafy vegetables such as broccoli and spinach are also occasionally eaten. The liver is healthy. Onion: - Onions are rich in fiber, potassium, flavonoids and phytonutrients. That's why we eat onions in everyday cooking Trans Fats Trans fat-loaded foods, or foods containing partially hydrogenated oils, are far from a thing of the past, still showing up in processed foods everywhere, like store-bought frosting. Even small amounts of trans fats increase bad cholesterol...fast! In fact, all the extra LDLs from trans fasts get dumped into our liver, increasing the risk of disease. Read your labels! Don't be surprised if you see trans fats in any of these foods: Store-bought Frosting Crackers, Cookies & Biscuits Salad Dressings Microwave Popcorn Fried Foods We all know fried foods, particularly those from fast food restaurants, have a negative effect on our liver, but it turns out eating French fries, extra crispy chicken or deep fried cheese-filled wontons actually have an effect on our liver that's very similar to hepatitis. Eating fried foods has also been shown to elevate bad cholesterol and lower good cholesterol. Watch out for these fried foods: French Fries Fried, Breaded Sandwiches Mozzarella Sticks, and Fried Appetizers Doughnuts Excess Fruit Foods that contain high amounts of fruit sugar, or fructose, like raisins and juices may be tasty and made by Mother Nature herself, but doesn't do your liver any favors. Fructose simply doesn't breakdown in your body the same way other forms of sugar do. In fact, too much fructose can cause dyslipidemia, or abnormal amounts of fat in the blood. According to 2013 study published in Hepatology, fructose is closely tied to fatty liver and inflammation. Small amounts of fruit are good to eat, but too much can cause a problem. Try not to go overboard with these: Raisins Juices Trail Mix Agave Nectar & Honey Get more active. Exercise, paired with diet, can help you lose extra weight and manage your liver disease. Aim to get at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise on most days of the week. Lower cholesterol. Watch your saturated fat and sugar intake to help keep your cholesterol and triglyceride levels under control. If diet and exercise aren’t enough to lower your cholesterol, ask your doctor about taking medication. Control diabetes. Diabetes and fatty liver disease often occur together. Diet and exercise can help you manage both conditions. If your blood sugar is still high, your doctor can prescribe medication to lower it. If you think citrus fruits have the most vitamin C of any fruit or vegetable, think again. Ounce for ounce, red bell peppers contain twice as much vitamin C as citrus. They’re also a rich source of beta carotene. Besides boosting your immune system, vitamin C may help maintain healthy skin. Beta carotene helps keep your eyes and skin healthy. Garlic is found in almost every cuisine in the world. It adds a little zing to food and it's a must-have for your health. Early civilizations recognized its value in fighting infections. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, garlic may also help lower blood pressure and slow down hardening of the arteries. Garlic’s immune-boosting properties seem to come from a heavy concentration of sulfur-containing compounds, such as allicin. Almonds When it comes to preventing and fighting off colds, vitamin E tends to take a backseat to vitamin C. However, vitamin E is key to a healthy immune system. h as almonds, are packed with the vitamin and also have healthy fats. A half-cup serving, which is about 46 whole, shelled almonds, provides nearly 100 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin E.