How to reduce cholesterol levels with drinking water


Drinking water
If you have a high cholesterol level, you are no doubt looking for a safe and effective way to bring it down. Medications are one way, but there also natural ways of reducing Cholesterol.

Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance called a lipid that is found in cells and blood. It is produced naturally in the liver, but some of the "bad" cholesterol comes from the food we eat, mainly in animal fats. While too much cholesterol can be harmful, a certain amount is necessary for bodily functions, such as making cell walls and acting as a building block to produce various hormones, bile acids, and Vitamin D.

Having too much cholesterol can block blood flow, resulting in a thickening and hardening of artery walls, a disorder called arteriosclerosis. Since this also narrows the arteries, blood flow can be slowed down, or even blocked. With less blood, the heart, therefore, gets less oxygen. That can result in chest pain and heart attack.

With all this thickening going on, water can play a very important role. Drinking water can actually thin the blood, making it a natural way to help the blood pump more smoothly. When the body is dehydrated, the blood becomes acidic which can lead to a build-up in LDL levels of cholesterol. Drinking plenty of water every day will result in a decrease of dangerous cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
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