Manage Your Cholesterol For A Healthy Heart

The Number One Killer of Health – Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of deaths in the world based on research presented by the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 17 million people dying from cardiovascular disease each year. High levels of blood lipids (hyperlipidemia) are the invisible culprits that contribute to the increased risk of cardiovascular disease, the most common of which are coronary heart disease and heart attacks.

Research has indicated that poor eating and lifestyle habits are the primary causes for the staggering rise in individuals suffering from hyperlipidemia, with young adults increasingly being diagnosed with the disease as well.

Keeping Your Cholesterol Under Control Is The Key

Our heart acts as a pump to circulate blood throughout our bodies, delivering nutrients to every cell. It works 24 hours a day to keep us alive, hence keep our heart healthy is essential for a vibrant and healthy life. Aside from having a balanced diet, exercise and rest, keeping your cholesterol levels under tabs is key to reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease. Cholesterol is a blood lipid that can be split into two forms – Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL), and High Density Lipoproteins (HDL).

LDL is often acknowledged as the ‘bad cholesterol’, and once these cholesterol levels reach a high on the index, it will cause blockage and hardening of the arteries. HDL is known as the ‘good cholesterol’, as it has protective properties against cardiovascular disease. Hence, keeping the bad cholesterol under control is an important line of defence against cardiovascular diseases.


  • Reduces effects of bad cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Softens the blood vessels
  • Strengthens Cardiac Muscles

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