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What do I mean with "adjusting life-style"?

Did you know that oatmeal contributes to lowering your cholesterol level? It most certainly does. Therfore you should eat more of this.
Olive oil consist of unsaturated fat and is very much used in the mediterranean countries. Why not fry your food in this instead of butter? If you're using this as your main fat source regularly, your cholesterol level should decrease. Stay away from commercially produced and saturated fats.
A great supplement is cod liver oil. It contains essential Omega 3 oils, which is rare in most weight loss diets. Take it once a day. If you are like me and don't like the taste, do as I do and take it in capsules form. It supplies you with 'good' cholesterol. Other benefits are an improved look and feel of your skin, increased energy, improved memory and even pain relief.
Eat vitamin A and vitamin E daily as they also have proven to lower cholesterol level.
Start up with some moderate exercise. It is sufficient to take a thirty minutes to one hour walk daily. This will also contribute to your cholesterol level lowering.

To summarize: If your cholesterol level is too high, start up eating foods that contain substances that have been around for many years and have been tested and tried by generations, instead of starting out with pills that might have health damaging side effects. Add some moderate workout and you'll be well on your way to a normal cholesterol level. If this doesn't work, then consider medicine. I wish you a good luck!
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Fat is a vital component of good nutrition and necessary in many aspects of body maintenance, repair and sustenance. Fats help the body produce energy, maintain cell membranes and blood vessels, transmit nerve impulses, and support essential hormones. Not only does your body need fat to function, it also requires a certain amount in order to absorb other nutrients, including vitamins A, D, E and K. An example of how important fat is to a healthy diet: the positive effect of phytochemicals in vegetables is lost when fat-free dressing is added to a salad. The cancer-fighting phytochemicals (carotenes) need to bind to fat in order to be absorbed into the body.

Recent studies show that fat has an enormous effect on satiation. Fat helps the brain register satisfaction, and that the cue to stop eating. In addition, it gives food flavor, which can also go a long way towards feeling satisfied.

There are four types of fats:

Monounsaturated fats: These fats include peanuts, avocados, olives and olive oil. Evidence suggests that this type of fat is positive, and statistics from Mediterranean countries show lower rates of breast cancer and coronary artery disease may result from a reasonable use of these fats.