Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Keep Healty with Low Colestrol

In this age where fast food houses are just around the corner, trying to stick to a nutritious diet is becoming more and more of a challenge. A hectic schedule is the usual excuse for not being able to prepare a homemade meal. This is also why people usually rely on store-bought calorie-laden food. What’s ironic is that is takes just as little effort to produce a healthy snack than it does to buy junk food, maybe even less.
People who are concerned about longevity health tend to pay more attention to the food that they eat. And they’ve found out that it really pays to cut down on their cholesterol intake.

 They’ve lost weight, they feel lighter on their feet, and the usual complaints like heartburn, backaches and joint pains are a thing of the past. What’s more, eating a healthy diet clears up their complexion, making them appear more youthful.

Eating healthy food is sometimes just a matter of buying the right kind of food. Instead of stocking up on chips and dips, why not buy a basket of fresh fruit? You can just get an apple from your ref and have an instant snack. Grapes and strawberries are equally delicious, yet they require no preparation time. And they’re cholesterol-free to boot.

If you bought whole wheat bread, tuna and lettuce, you can have a healthy sandwich for your lunch at the office instead of having to order a greasy burger and some even greasier fries. Of course, you’ll have to spend a few extra minutes to maintain a healthy diet. But should you begrudge those measly few minutes in your daily lives if your longevity health is at stake?

If your concern is that you might get tired of eating the same thing over and over, then rest assured that there is a wide variety of healthy food to choose from. Let us talk about low-cholesterol snacks, for example. Aside from the number of fruits that you can have for your snacks, you can also cut up some vegetables like carrots or cucumber to have some crunchy vegetable sticks. You may eat them plain or with some non-fat dips. Cereals are very filling but are cholesterol free.

Popcorns are also low in cholesterol so long as you don’t smother it in butter. Nuts, like walnuts, cashew and almond, have the added benefit of lowering high cholesterol levels in our body. Consumption should be limited though, since nuts have high calorie content. You might also want to try yoghurts or low-fat crackers or some toasts.

With the variety of low cholesterol snacks that you can choose from, you can cater to your longevity health without feeling deprived.

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article: looplane


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