The holiday season is here! While we may not be physically together this year due to COVID-19, that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the most wonderful time of the year in the safety of our own homes. One way to spread holiday cheer is to cook up those favourite recipes.
Eating healthy and maintaining cholesterol levels is usually an afterthought during this time of year. However, that doesn't have to be the case. You can still make those traditional and tasty holiday recipes, all while maintaining a healthy heart (and even healthy cholesterol levels)!
This year, we've put together a list of 5 holiday-themed recipes, that will taste amazing and keep your cholesterol levels down. Spread the holiday spirit by sharing these with all your family and friends and eat together on your Zoom calls.
Let's face it. Life can get busy sometimes. So busy, that cooking and eating healthy can be an afterthought and even a difficulty for some of us.
Remember, cholesterol levels are affected by your eating habits, and your diet. While there are many ways you can lower your cholesterol with food, bad eating habits and unhealthy foods will raise your levels, increasing the risk of heart disease.
No need to worry about spending too much time in the kitchen just to eat healthy. We've chosen five simple, tasty recipes that you can easily prepare that will help you lower your cholesterol.
High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease, the world's leading cause of death.
Cholesterol levels are directly affected by your diet and eating habits. You can lower your cholesterol levels by eating foods that are heart healthy.
Healthy eating doesn't have to be a daunting thought. You don't need to make huge changes to what you eat to be healthier. Instead, try small habit changes over time.
Here are our top five food recommendations to (slowly) incorporate into your diet to lower cholesterol.