Conventional wisdom dictates that lowering ‘bad cholesterol’, known as Low-Density Lipoprotein or LDL is good for the heart.
Eating fried food is not bad at all if the food you fry say meat has no animal fat on it and the cooking oil you use in frying, is either monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fat.
Currently, it is not only in the western world where a lot of children suffer from obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular problem, diabetes and other diseases.
With the alarming rate among adults having high blood pressure, one can sincerely calls for an advocacy for healthy eating habits and lifestyle practices to avoid cardiovascular diseases.
A study has been conducted looking into the effects of root crops and legumes in lowering cholesterol levels in the human body, among them was the cassava which thrives in abundance in tropical countries.
Your effort to avoid bad cholesterol, cut salt intake in your diet and curb smoking could prevent millions of deaths each year because of heart disease and hypertension, the international researchers had noted.