Is it possible for your cholesterol to be too low?
Absolutely When people cut too much fat from their diets, their HDL to LDL ratios can actually get worse, increasing their risk of heart attack and stroke. But there are numerous other health risks associated with cholesterol levels that are too low. (My father-in-law spectacularly "overacheived" in lowering his cholesterol levels!) If you google on cholesterol too low you'll get numerous valuable hits on the first page.
Anything below 180 mg/dL increases risk for stroke.
Anything below 180 mg/dL increases risk for stroke.
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Answer . No I don't think so. It might be uncomfortable to you but God knew what he was doing when he made a woman to recreate.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nIt is possible …to carry your baby low in the pelvis. I am 29 weeks and I'm carying low so low that I was just at the hospital for preterm labor. So I have been put on bed rest and walking alot is very uncomfortable. So believe me you can carry low.
Answer . A high blood cholesterol level increases your risk of coronary artery disease. Lower cholesterol is usually better - but not always.. Some research suggests tha…t low levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or "bad," cholesterol may be associated with an increased risk of certain types of cancer. Other studies associate a low total cholesterol level with depression and anxiety, perhaps because low cholesterol may reduce levels of the brain chemical serotonin. And pregnant women who have low total cholesterol may be more likely to give birth prematurely and have babies who have low birth weights.. Although the upper limits for total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol have been clearly established, the lower limits depend on the individual.. Ideally, keep your total cholesterol below 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or 5.2 millimoles per liter (mmol/L), and your LDL cholesterol below 100 mg/dL (2.6 mmol/L) - or below 70 mg/dL (1.8 mmol/L) if you're at very high risk of heart disease. An adult who eats a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet may have an LDL cholesterol level between 40 and 50 mg/dL (1.0 and 1.3 mmol/L) and a total cholesterol level of 100 mg/dL (2.6 mmol/L).. It's also important to remember that high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or "good," cholesterol counts, too. A low HDL level increases the risk of heart disease. For women, a low HDL level coupled with excess weight after menopause may increase the risk of breast cancer as well. To help prevent heart disease, aim for an HDL level of 60 mg/dL (1.5 mmol/L) or higher.. What if your Dr. said you had the lowest level he had ever seen, 47. I think that was the total. He was really surprised and shocked, but this was several years back and he has done and said nothing to indicate there is anything wrong with that. Should I be considering a second opinion, or is it not worth the effort?
== Foods Low in Cholestero. A Guide to Choosing Low-Fat, Low- Cholesterol Foods . Healthy eating can become exciting and rewarding. Remember to include a variety of foods …in your diet. Consume foods from all of the food groups. Include a variety of different foods within groups. This list provides a guideline on the number of servings per day that you can adjust according to your needs. For more information, talk to a dietitian.. Choose Go Easy On Decrease. Meat, Poultry, Fish & Shell fish. (up to 6 ounces a day) Lean cuts of meat with fat trimmed, like:. beef-round, sirloin, chuck, loin lamb-leg, arm, loin, rib pork-tenderloin, leg (fresh), shoulder (arm or picnic) veal-all trimmed cuts except ground poultry without skin fish, shellfish. "Prime grade". Fatty cuts of meat like:. beef-corned beef, brisket, regular ground, short ribs pork-spareribs, blade roll goose, domestic duck organ meats, like liver, kidney, sweetbreads, brain sausage, bacon regular luncheon meats frankfurters caviar, roe. Dairy Products. (2 servings a day; 3 servings for women who are pregnant of breast feeding) skim milk, 1% milk, low-fat buttermilk, low-fat evaporated or nonfat milklow-fat yogurt and low-fat frozen yogurt low-fat soft cheeses, like cottage, farmer, pot cheeses labeled no more than 2-6 grams of fat an ounce 2% milkyogurt part-skim ricotta part-skim or imitation hard cheeses, like part-skim mozzarella "light" cream cheese "Light" sour cream whole milk (regular and evaporated, condensed)cream, half-and -half, most nondairy creamers and products, real or nondairy whipped cream cream cheese ice cream sour cream custard-style yogurt whole-milk ricotta high-fat cheeses, like Neufchatel, Brie, Swiss, American, Mozzarella, Feta, Cheddar, Muenster. Eggs. (no more than 3 egg yolks a week) egg whitesCholesterol-free egg substitutes. egg yolks. Fats & Oils. (up to 6-8 teaspoons a day) unsaturated vegetables oils: corn, olive, peanut, rapeseed (canola oil), safflower, sesame, soybeanmargarine or shortening made with unsaturated fats listed above: liquid, tub, stick, diet mayonnaise, salad dressings made with unsaturated fats listed above low-fat dressings nuts & seedsavocados & olives butter, coconut oil, palm kernel oil, palm oil, lard, bacon fatmargarine or shortening made with saturated fats listed above dressings made with egg yolk. Breads, Cereals, Pasta, Rice, Dried Peas & Beans. (6-11 servings a day) breads, like white, whole wheat, pumpernickel and rye breads; pita; bagels; English muffins; sandwich buns; dinner rolls; rice cakeslow-fat crackers, like matzo, bread sticks, rye krisp, saltines, zwieback hot cereals, most cold dry cereals pasta, like plain nooodles, spaghetti, macaroni any grain rice dried peas and beans, like split peas, black-eyed peas, chick peas, kidney beans, navy beans, lentils, soybeans, soybean curd (tofu) Store-bought pancakes, waffles, biscuits, muffins, cornbread croissants, butter rolls, sweet rolls, Danish pastry, doughnutsMost snack crackers, like cheese crackers, butter crackers, those made with saturated fats granola-type cereals made with saturated fats pasta and rice prepared with cream, butter, or cheese sauces; egg noodles. Fruits & Vegetables. (2-4 fruits/day and 3-5 vegetables/day) fresh, frozen, canned, or dried fruits and vegetables. vegetables prepared in butter, cream, or sauce. Sweets & Snacks. (avoid too many sweets) low-fat frozen desserts, like sherbet, sorbet, Italian ice, frozen yogurt, popsicleslow-fat cakes, like angel food cake low-fat cookies, like fig bars, gingersnaps low-fat candy like jelly beans, licorice, hard candy low-fat snacks, like plain popcorn, pretzels, baked chips nonfat beverages, like carbonated drinks, juices, tea, coffee frozen desserts, like ice milkhomemade cakes, cookies, and pies using unsaturated oils sparingly fruit crisps and cobblers potato and corn chips prepared with unsaturated vegetable oil high-fat frozen desserts, like ice cream, frozen tofuhigh-fat cakes, like most store-bought, pound, and frosted cakes store-bought pies most store-bought cookies most candy, like chocolate bars potato and corn chips prepared with saturated fat buttered popcorn high-fat beverages, like frappes, milkshakes, floats, and eggnogs. Label Ingredients. Avoid too much fat, saturated fat, or cholesterol by going easy on products that lists first any fat, oil, or ingredients high in saturated fat or cholesterol. Choose more often those products that contain ingredients lower in saturated fat or cholesterol. Ingredients Lower in Saturated Fat or Cholesterol. carob, cocoa oils, like corn, cottonseed, olive, safflower, sesame, soybean, or sunflower nonfat dry milk, nonfat dry milk solids, skim milk. Ingredients Higher in Saturated Fat or Cholesterol. chocolate animal fat, like bacon, beef, ham, lamb, meat, pork, chicken or turkey fats, butter, lard coconut, coconut oil, palm kernel or palm oil Cream egg and egg-yolk solids hardened fat or oil hydrogenated vegetable oil shortening or vegetable shortening unspecified vegetable oil (could be coconut, or palm kernel or palm). According to the USDA, cholesterol is found only in foods of animal origin, such as milk, cheese, meat, fish, poultry and eggs. Plant foods, such as fruits, oatmeal, nuts, vegetables and vegetable shortenings, do not contain cholesterol. Skim milk products are also low cholesterol.
Low cholesterol levels have been associated with depression, anxiety , violent behavior, suicide and hemorrhagic stroke . . Low cholesterol levels have been associated …with depression, anxiety , violent behavior, suicide and hemorrhagic stroke . . A study of 121 healthy young women found that those with low cholesterol levels - below 160mg/dl - were more likely to score high on measures of depression and anxiety than women with normal or high cholesterol levels. Normal cholesterol levels are considered to fall within the range of 180mg/dl to 200mg/dl. There is now a compelling body of evidence in both men and women that low cholesterol is a potential predictor for depression and anxiety in certain individuals. [Psychosomatic Medicine, May 1999] Data from more than 300 peer-reviewed medical reports showed that men with blood cholesterol levels below 160mg/dl tended to be the victims of homicide, suicide or fatal accidents 50-80% more often than those with the highest levels of cholesterol. The statistics for women showed a similar increase of 30%. The author of the review said that there may be a possible link between low cholesterol and a reduction in the brain chemical serotonin. Individuals with low serotonin levels are known to be more likely to commit suicide, especially by violent means, as well as homicide.
White chicken without the skin, lean cuts of meat that have little or no fat, but if you want to avoid cholesterol eat more fish. Answer The kind without meat in it. Me…at consists of animal cells. All animal cells contain cholesterol. Red meat contains more cholesterol than other types of meat. Fish and fowl have about 1/4 to 1/2 the cholesterol of red meat From a point of view of health, however, cholesterol intake generally has little, if any effect on blood cholesterol levels. The liver produces about 5 times as much cholesterol as the average person consumes in a day. If a person consumes less cholesterol, the liver tends to boost production to compensate. Alternatively, when the person consumes more cholesterol, the liver will generally produce a bit less.
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Fruits=Apple,Blueberry,Canned fruit,Watermelon,Banana,Nashi pear,Lemon,Pear Vegetables= Potato,Onion,Cabbage,Pumpkin,Broccoli,Tomato,Peas,Cauliflower,Avocado Legumes
No. Bacon contains 30 mg of cholesterol, and 68% of the caloriescome from fat.
they can eat any food in 5g of fat per 100g on a box or packet.
Oats and maybe beans
poly unsaturated fats can lower your cholesterol, e.g. sunflower seeds, soya beans and walnuts.
There are several low cholesterol diets that can be found on the internet, including some touted by webmd and the Mayo Clinic. Discuss with your medical professional for assis…tance before embarking on low cholesterol diet.