Benecol To decrease the percentage of cholesterol-

What is cholesterol? The body builds up on cell walls with cholesterol and produces hormones, vitamin D, and bile. The body makes cholesterol, but it also has food such as meat, whole milk and butter.

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Between 200 and 240 mg / dL High Blood Cholesterol

More than 240 mgr / dl blood Extremely high cholesterol

It's good to know that there are "good" and "bad" cholesterol. LDL is the bad version and HDL is the good cholesterol.

LDL values

Less than 100 mg / dl blood Perfect LDL cholesterol

Between 100 and 130 mgr / dl blood Slightly high LDL cholest

Between 131 and 160 mgr / dl blood High LDL Cholesterol

Above 161 mgr / dl blood Extremely high LDL cholest

HDL values

More than 40 mg / dl of blood is too low HDL chol. where the

Between 41 and 60 mgs / dl blood Good HDL chol. where the

More than 61 mgr / dl blood Outstanding chol. where the

What can I do to change my cholesterol levels?

Dietary pattern: Eating too much saturated fat and cholesterol rich foods ensures that your cholesterol level becomes elevated in the blood. By reducing the amount of saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet, the total cholesterol in your blood will also decrease.

More information on cholesterol and diet, " Cholesterol & Nutrition "

Weight: Being overweight is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. In addition, being overweight also increase cholesterol levels. Due to fall off may be reduced, the value of the LDL and total cholesterol.

Losing weight also lowers other blood fats.

Exercise: By being inactive, you increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. Regular exercise helps lower your LDL cholesterol levels. HDL good cholesterol is also further enhanced by your exercise. Regular exercise will help to reduce your in addition to the cholesterol values, even losing weight so your weight is also addressed in the case of obesity. It is best to try to get most, if not all days are at least 30 minutes active.

In some cases, the other factors, factors that yourself do not affect.

Age: Your cholesterol increases because you get older.

Gender: The age of menopause women often have a lower overall content values than men of the same age. After menopause increases often in women LDL (bad) cholesterol levels in their blood.

Heredity: Your genes partly determine how much cholesterol your body makes to. So may suffer more people within a family of high cholesterol levels in their blood.


Consider 1: 2 to 3 Dutch older than 30 years have a high cholesterol level

Consider 2: high cholesterol level is a major risk factor in the development of heart disease

The test is simple: go to the doctor and ask for a blood test.


    1. Less saturated fat
    1. Eating enough vegetables
    1. BENECOL add to your diet
    1. Try to avoid stress
    1. Stop smoking
    1. Say more often "No" to alcohol
    1. More exercise and sports
    1. No more salt and vary


It is important to keep in balance the cholesterol in the body!

The best situation is a percentage of 5.0 mmol / l


Information about Benecol:

  • Benecol has been around for 20 years and is from Finland

  • The unique ingredient in Benecol, the 30 grams of plant stanols (found in grains, fruits and vegetables)

  • Based on its Benecol plant stanol, an ingredient in more than 70 clinical studies to lower cholesterol has proven WITHOUT side effects => see Simvastatin 40mg

  • Benecol are soft gel chewable tablets with natural lemon - and lime flavor

  • Contains 45 pieces and costs € 14.99

  • Recommended dosage: 3 tablets a day!

  • Advice: Do not take more than 6 tablets

  • KOAG KAG and approved by the highest Serbian authorities Europe

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