A high-nutrient diet is by far the most effective method of reducing cholesterol while avoiding side effects. A dietary intervention study using Dr Fuhrman's recommended eating style found that LDL cholesterol was reduced by 33% in just 6 weeks
Dietary changes can reduce LDL cholesterol. Substitute polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats for trans fats and saturated fats, avoid refined grains and sugars, and eat three to five servings a day of fruits and vegetables.
More and more people are experiencing health problems because of too much intake of sodium, which is popularly known as salt. That is why studies have been conducted to identify the clear effects of salt on blood pressure.