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Simple exercises to help lower cholesterol

 Simple exercises to help lower cholesterol

Simple exercises help lower cholesterol because excess weight increases LDL levels and triglycerides, and reduces levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, which is the good cholesterol.

We definitely start here that information and exercise are not a substitute for consulting a doctor, and you should monitor your health if you have been diagnosed with high cholesterol.

According to the Medicine website, simple exercise can help reduce weight and lower bad cholesterol in the blood, by combining outdoor exercises with strength training (weight and resistance).

Learn more about the most prominent simple exercises that help reduce bad cholesterol from the body and lose weight:

Increase daily physical activity

Find ways to get more activity into your daily routine, such as taking the stairs instead of using the elevator, or parking your car away from the office. You can walk during breaks at work. Also try increasing standing activities, such as cooking or tending your yard.


Walking is a simple, easy, and most effective exercise. Walking can help you improve your mood, strengthen your muscles, lose

 weight, and improve your joint health and sleep. It can also help you manage your cholesterol levels because walking helps improve blood circulation and strengthen your heart.


Running is also an ideal option for managing cholesterol levels. Running helps you burn calories, thus helping you maintain a healthy weight, strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular fitness.


One of the most enjoyable forms of exercise. This exercise helps improve your posture, joint movement and coordination, heart health, bone health and also helps reduce body fat levels.

 Weight lifting

Weightlifting is an aerobic exercise that helps strengthen the muscles of the body by targeting specific muscles. It also increases the heart rate, which helps improve blood circulation in the body.


Yoga may reduce the risk of heart disease, and may directly affect cholesterol levels, and according to a large study published in the

 European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, those who practice yoga regularly had a significant improvement in LDL cholesterol, good cholesterol, and blood pressure, over those who who did not practice it.


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