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Include these 3 activities in the daily routine, reduces the risk of heart diseases

Unhealthy fatty cholesterol works in the body, which increases the risk of heart disease. While low-density lipoprotein (LDL) can increase the risk of heart-related diseases, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol reduces this risk.

Running and jogging is a great exercise to reduce cholesterol and weight. A research in ‘Vascular Biology’ says the same. Some research has also revealed that running or jogging for at least 10 minutes daily in a week shows a significant improvement in HDL cholesterol levels. Also, blood pressure is also balanced with this. At the same time, according to the Journal of Obesity, people who are overweight and obese should walk, run and cycle after eating to reduce cholesterol, this can improve the level of LDL cholesterol and triglyceride.

Must ride a bicycle

According to the Scientists of the Journal of the American Heart Association, people who cycle regularly are less likely to develop high cholesterol. Also, their blood pressure is normal and they are also more active mentally. This is because while cycling the leg moves in circular motion, which allows the blood to reach the entire body well. During this movement, the heart works very actively, which makes health even better.

Resistance training is helpful

Many research suggests that resistance training is very beneficial for people with high cholesterol. According to a study in the journal Atherosclerosis, people who participated in resistance training had higher density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol than others. Research also describes how smooth blood circulation reduces the risk of heart-related diseases. At the same time, if resistance training is done with aerobic, it can help in reducing cholesterol as well as rapid weight loss.

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