Knowing that high cholesterol might lead to cardiovascular problems can be a frightening diagnosis.

Cholesterol is produced in the liver and serves a variety of roles in the body, including keeping cell walls flexible and helping in hormone production.

However, high blood cholesterol levels can cause blocked arteries, strokes, heart attacks, and renal failure.

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Small, manageable modifications in living behaviours, according to experts, can help decrease cholesterol in many circumstances.

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Watermelon as a snack - The high quantities of fibre, vitamins, minerals, and bioactive components like lycopene and beta-carotene in watermelon help to prevent heart disease.

Supplements such as fish oil, fibre, and CoQ10 can help. Fish oil and soluble fibre have been shown to lower cholesterol and enhance heart health.

"Add extra garlic to your diet." Garlic has been used to cure a number of maladies since Hippocrates' day, but current cardiologists promote it as a superb blood thinner and cholesterol-lowering agent.

Exercise. Each week, the American Heart Association suggests 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity. Exercise can help you maintain a heart-healthy weight while also lowering cholesterol.

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