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High cholesterol could cause cancer!

by , 16 July 2014

You've heard that high cholesterol leads to heart conditions and stroke. But did you know cholesterol may also lead to cancer?

Researchers have just discovered that cholesterol activates a cellular reaction linked to cancer. Let's have a look…

 

Dietary cholesterol is major risk factor for tumours and the spread of cancer  

The researchers at the University of Illinois in the US, found that cholesterol causes a particular cell growth cell to bind to a protein. And it’s this they believe that leads to the over activity of mature cells… A major agent for cancer development, especially cancer of the colon, lung, breast and melanoma.

The study also confirms the link between dietary cholesterol and cancer. And another study shows LDL, the bad cholesterol, is a major culprit in metastasis – the spread of cancer.

If you have high cholesterol, lower your cholesterol levels with these tips…


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Six steps to lower cholesterol naturally!

Help prevent heart disease, stroke and cancer by lowering your cholesterol levels. Use these six steps to help you:
  1. Set your target: If you have cardiovascular risk factors, such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes and smoking, aim for a cholesterol reading of below 70. If your risk profile is moderate to low, aim for 130 or less.
  2. Exercise: It can raise your good cholesterol (HDL) 10% and lower your bad cholesterol (LDL).
  3. Follow a cholesterol free diet: Keep away from saturated fats.
  4. Eat more fibre: It acts like a sponge, absorbing excess cholesterol and moves it out of the body during digestion.
  5. Eat fish: Omega-3 fatty acids also help lower cholesterol.
  6. Quit smoking: It lowers your levels of HDL.
So there you have it, six tips to lower your cholesterol levels naturally to help prevent heart problems and cancer.

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