Acupuncture for Hyperlipidemia
This ancient and traditional therapy can help to lower cholesterol by examining and treating the blood lipids and improving digestive function. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles which are inserted into the skin and then manually moved or electronically manipulated. The focus of acupuncture is to balance the energies inside your body called chi, which, when unbalanced can lead to disease and pain.
Supplements for Hyperlipidemia
There are many supplements out there that can help to reduce your cholesterol level. One such one is fish oil, which has strong evidence of improve cholesterol. It is rich in both omega-3 fatty acids, which reduces the amount of fat in the blood as well as the risk of heart disease. Psyllium is also a supplement that can help. It is a soluble fibre and can reduce cholesterol by 10%. Coenzyme Q10 helps to produce energy in the cells and helps to lower cholesterol.
Diet for Hyperlipidemia
Try to eat monounsaturated fats rather than saturated fats as it can decease harmful cholesterol, and increase good cholesterol, as well as stop harmful oxidation of cells. Foods which contain monounsaturated fats include canola oil, tree nuts, avocados, olives and olive oil. Avoid foods which have partially hydrogenated oil in them as they contain trans fats which are harmful.
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