My husband's cholesterol level is 234mg/dL. But last year, it was 220mg/dL. What changes do I have to make in his diet to lower the cholesterol level? Sometimes, he snores while sleeping, and he is overweight.
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Your husband’s healthy weight range is between 72 to 77 kg. He belongs to the obese category. First, he should concentrate on reducing his weight. Automatically, his lipid profile will become routine. He is young, and he can overcome his weight.
As he grows old, definitely his health will get affected.
Both diet and exercise should go hand in hand for weight reduction and controlling cholesterol levels.
Diet to follow:
I think I have covered everything. Get back with your food habits, and I can give diet advice accordingly.
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