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Diet control to avoid cholesterol, sugar , blood pressure - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   I want to know how can I control my diet for avoiding cholestrol, sugar , blood preassure etc
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Doctor :   You should avoid fatty and oily foods like fries.
Doctor :   You should restrict refined foods like corn flour, rice, sugar.
Doctor :   You should avoid egg yellow
Doctor :   You should reduce your intake on Non- Vegetarian food.
Doctor :   Better to prefer sea food over regular meat.
Doctor :   You should also eat more whole grains, fruits and vegetables, sprouts
Doctor :   Avoid fruits like bananas, pine apples, custard apples and all nuts.
Doctor :   Exercise regularly atleast 1/2 hour everyday\
Doctor :   get your cholesterol tested every 3-4 months, If increased then you may need drugs
Doctor :   Salmon oil is good for lowering cholesterol.
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