|Blood Cancer||Unit Price||Quantity|
|Green Tea||100/200/300/500/1000 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
|Basil Leaf||14/28/42/70/140 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
|Flax Seed||35/70/105/175/350 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
|Basil Seeds||30/60/90/150/300 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
|Pumpkin Seeds||160/320/480/800/1600 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
|Sesame Seeds||130/260/390/650/1300 BDT||100gm/200gm/300gm/500gm/1kg|
Prevention of High Cholesterol:
We can easily prevent high cholesterol by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and healthy diet.
- Physical activity can help you maintain a healthy weight and lower your cholesterol and blood pressure levels. Make physical activity a part of each day. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, park a little farther away, walk to the store, or do jumping jacks during commercials. Exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight and can control the bad cholesterol. You should try to do regular exercise at least 30 minutes to 1 hour daily. Walking, running, skipping, aerobics, yoga etc. any kind of exercise can be beneficial,
- Smoking is dangerous for increasing bad cholesterol and Smoking lowers HDL (good) cholesterol. By quitting, smokers can lower their cholesterol levels and help protect their arteries. Nonsmokers should avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
- Your body makes all of the cholesterol it needs, so you do not need to obtain cholesterol through foods. Eating lots of foods high in saturated fat and trans fat may contribute to high cholesterol and related conditions, such as heart disease. We should Limit foods high in saturated fat. Saturated fats come from animal products (such as cheese, fatty meats, and dairy desserts) and tropical oils (such as palm oil). Foods that are higher in saturated fat may be high in cholesterol.
- A heart-healthy diet emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish and nuts, while reduction sugary foods and beverages. Eating this way may also help to increase your fiber intake, which is beneficial. A diet high in fiber can help lower cholesterol levels by as much as 10 percent.
- Few green vegetable, fruits, nuts and seeds are extremely helpful to reduce the risk of high blood pressure. Regular consumption of foods like Gooseberries/Amalaki, Chives, Mushroom, Flax Seed, Pomelo, Papaya, Almonds, Basil Seeds, Pumpkin Seed, Sunflower Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Sunflower Seed, SESAME SEEDS, Black Seed, Garlic, Ginger, Green tea, Sweet potatoes, Broccoli, Walnuts, basil leaf, Guava, Ambarella fruit, Avocado, Cashew nuts, Fenugreek seed, Cabbage capsicum, etc. can reduce the risk of high cholesterol.