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High cholesterol is affecting more and more people today, mostly as a result of unhealthy weight gain through unhealthy foods and habits. As a risk factor behind several cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol must be taken seriously. Follow HealthMeUp.com to know how to lower choleterol and how to prevent cholesterol issues.

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healthmeup - 08/14/2014 10:00:00

How Many Eggs Can You Eat?

How Many Eggs Can You Eat? Eggs are a good source of nutrition but they also have very high cholesterol. An important component of a balanced healthy diet, they have advantages and disadvantages so it can be hard to decide how many eggs you should be eating every week. Here are some of the facts that you need to know about... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 08/04/2014 13:00:00

Spinach Stir Fry Recipe

Palak Bhaji or Spinach Stir Fry Recipe Whether you want to stay fit or wish to have glowing skin the solution is to include greens in your diet. Spinach or as we say palak or saag in Hindi is not only appealing to the eyes, but also is home to a lot of nutrients. It's low in fat and even lower in cholesterol; spinach is high in niacin... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/19/2014 08:30:00

What is Good or Bad Cholesterol?

What is Good or Bad Cholesterol? If you’ve been wondering about commonly used cholesterol terms like HDL and LDL, or good cholesterol and bad cholesterol, then you’ve come to the right place. For instance, did you know that cholesterol deposits in your lower body’s arteries could give you foot ulcers? Read what cardiologist,... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/14/2014 08:00:00

5 Reasons to Take Up Ballroom Dancing Today

5 Reasons to Take Up Ballroom Dancing Today It was back in 2009 that I started with this dance form. Having been fascinated by watching Latin dancing in movies, and Spanish culture in general I always wanted to learn this dance form. I was sick of the routine life of working, coming back home spending time on the internet and sleeping, and... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/10/2014 13:00:00

Low Cholesterol Spicy Oat Pancakes

Low Cholesterol Spicy Oat Pancakes These pancakes are made by adding oats to wheat flour, as oats are highly nutritious and filled with cholesterol-fighting soluble fibre. Being extremely satiating, they prevent you from bingeing on junk food. Serve these pancakes hot, along with green chutney. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/06/2014 07:30:00

How to Condition Your Body for Fitness Performance

How to Condition Your Body for Fitness Performance Fitness can mean different things to different people. For some it is merely a state of being that avoids lifestyle diseases, keeping diseases like diabetes, high cholesterol, etc at bay. For others it's about weight loss or how to get the elusive flat stomach. But for a few, dedicated and commited... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/02/2014 08:00:00

15 Health Benefits of Palm Oil

15 Health Benefits of Palm Oil Palm oil is the product of oil palm tree. Palm oil consists of saturated and unsaturated fats, beta-carotene, Vitamin E and antioxidants. Palm oil is generally used for frying. Palm oil is used for preventing vitamin A deficiency, cancer, brain disease, aging; and treating malaria, high blood... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/15/2014 08:00:00

Diabetic Diet : Baked Omelette

Diabetic Diet : Baked Omelette Low fat and very low cholesterol, good protein and calcium source; Baked Omlette is a good option for breakfast or as a mid meal/filler and since it requires very little rice, this dish is even helpful as a diabetes recipe. Added vegetables in the omelet take care that the sugar raising capacity... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/11/2014 07:30:00

Running Tips: What to Eat Before Your Run

Running Tips: What to Eat Before Your Run Running away from your problems is a bad decision, but running to avoid health problems is a win-win situation. Running helps you burn calories, keeps your blood cholesterol, sugar and pressure in check, lowers risk of heart attack, keeps your bones strong and boosts energy levels of the body. But... Continue Reading »

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