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A drink to eliminate harmful cholesterol

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Cholesterol is a substance found in the blood that is essential for building healthy cells

Cholesterol is a substance found in the blood that is essential for building healthy cells. But high levels of LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, also known as bad cholesterol, can increase the risk of heart disease.

A balanced diet plays an important role in controlling cholesterol levels. Eating foods low in saturated fat and high in fiber can help lower LDL cholesterol and improve heart health. Cholesterol levels can be controlled easily by changing your diet. A delicious smoothie for breakfast can help control cholesterol levels in your body. How? Let’s find out-

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What is the best drink for cholesterol?
There are several drinks like green tea and juices that help control high cholesterol. According to Medical News Today, plant-based milk smoothies can be a nutritious choice to start your day while keeping cholesterol levels in check. Plant milks such as soy milk and oat milk are particularly beneficial.

Benefits of Soya Milk
Soy milk is naturally low in saturated fat and cholesterol. The FDA recommends adding soy products to your diet to help control cholesterol levels. Soy milk is a good source of protein. It can be used to make cholesterol-lowering smoothies.

Benefits of Oat Milk
Oats contain a type of soluble fiber called beta-glucan, which works to lower LDL cholesterol levels. Drinking oat milk or using oats in smoothies is heart-healthy. Studies have shown that oat milk does more to lower cholesterol than other foods made from solid oats.

Make smoothies
Mix 250 ml of soya milk or oat milk with fresh fruits or vegetables like bananas, grapes, mangoes, watermelons, plums, spinach etc. in a blender. Blend until smooth and creamy. Now sip on this healthy and delicious smoothie for breakfast. By eating regularly like this, you don’t have to worry about getting rid of harmful cholesterol.

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