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Your lipid profile
is low HDL
level and slightly high LDL level,we should also know total cholesterol
level and Triglycerides.
You have not mentioned your age and diet habits,and family history of Lipid or heart disorders.
Few life-style changes, which includes food habits, cessation of smoking
, cutting down alcoholic beverages, weight control and regular exercises.
First step in the management of hyperlipidaemias. Frequent snacks and canned or commercially available precooked food (junk food) should be abandoned as they are rich in fats and cream as well as refined carbohydrates.
Alcohol supplies empty calories; its intake should be restricted to social purposes in a patient with dyslipidaemia and in others should not exceed 30 g/day.
Regular exercise burns calories and also help to raise good Cholesterol HDL.
If you take Garlic daily it help to reduce cholesterol to some exent.
Butter, ghee, hydrogenated oil, palm and coconut oil, whole milk and dairy products, meat or chicken fat, coffee whitener, cream and ice cream should be avoided.
Mustard oil, til oil, fish fat can be taken in desirable quantities.
are not controlled by life style modifications drug therapy can be taken after consultation with Physician.