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Diet for high blood pressure and high cholesterol: Cholesterol and fat intake should be controlled

Hypertension and high cholesterol (Hyperlipidemia, High blood lipid, High blood cholesterol) are closely related, increased blood lipids tend to increase the symptoms of hypertension. So we called them "fellow sufferers". Hypertension and hyperlipidemia in addition to drug treatment, adjusting to a healthy diet is also very important. For high blood pressure and hyperlipemia patient, cholesterol and fat intake should be strictly controlled.

Develop Healthy Eating Habits for high blood pressure and high cholesterol

item Cholesterol and fat intake should be strictly controlled.

item The patient can eat an egg every other day

item You should avoid eating high fat, fried foods.

item Lay off eating and drinking excessively, do not eat too much food and eat just 70% full at every meal.

item Control the amount of staple food, sweets and fruits.

item The daily salt intake should not exceed 5 grams (about one level teaspoon of salt)

item You had better not smoke and drink, in particular, be sure to avoid hard liquor.

Diet for high blood pressure and high cholesterol: Do's and Dont's

do's The daily cholesterol intake should not exceed 250 milligrams. For people who have high blood cholesterol levels, animal fats intake should be strictly controlled, increase the intake of dietary fiber foods such as vegetables, beans and so on, in order to promote the excretion of excess cholesterol from the body.

do's For people with high blood pressure and hyperlipemia, often eat some food that can lower blood pressure and blood fat, such as onions, garlic, celery, purple cabbage, white radish, green beans, etc.

do's Eat more foods rich in potassium and calcium, such as sweet potato, turnip, bean products, milk and milk products, etc.

do's Drinking water scientifically: The daily water intake quantity, ranging from 1,800 to 2,200 ml (about 6 to 8 glasses of water), drink off by 6 - 8 times, is recommended. You'd better not drink coffee or strong tea.

dont's Excess Calorie Intake. Overweight and obesity seriously affect the health of patients, so it is necessary to control the reasonable amount of calories intake in order to maintain an ideal weight.

dont's Do not eat high cholesterol and high fat foods. Such as fat, cream, greasy soup, animal viscera. Chicken, duck should be eaten after being peeled,

dont's Do not eat high sugar, high salt food. Such as cake, chocolate, pickled cabbage, wafer biscuits, sausage, ham, etc.

Foods for high blood pressure and high cholesterol: Do's and Dont's

do's Best foods for high blood pressure and high cholesterol

item Foods that you can eat in moderation

dont's Foods that you cannot eat or eat less

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