When cholesterol has become too much in excess, we talk about hyperlipidemia. This is the fact of having a high lipid levels in the blood which include cholesterol and triglycerides. We generally distinguishes LDL (bad) cholesterol responsible for the HDL cholesterol (good) deposits because is cleared by the liver. This physical condition does not cause symptoms. Moreover, this is one of the factors when it combines with others can cause a heart disorder. Excess of lipids in the blood contributes to harden and thicken arteries of vital organ. Therefore the heart adapts more and more with difficulty to physical exertion. Hyperlipidemia also contributes to the development of blood clots that can clog an artery completely and give birth to a heart attack. The liver produces the vast majority of cholesterol used by the body in various functions. The rest comes from the food especially foods of animal origin. These are the foods rich in saturated fats (fatty meats, butter, fat dairy products) and trans fats (hydrogenated margarine, vegetable shortening, pastry, desserts) that increase the levels of "bad" cholesterol called LDL. Apart from the food ingested, physical inactivity and smoking can also raise cholesterol levels. The genes have influence. A good nutrition is essential to avoid this health problem. It begins with a reduction or even elimination of fat in food. Besides fresh fruits and vegetables, the taking of milk drinks and dairy products is recommended. Contrary to what is often thought, everyone even younger ages may be affected by this disease.
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