Beginning changes to lower your cholesterol is a little difficult at first. However, sticking to those changes can be even harder. There are many ways to mix things up so that the changes that you make to keep your heart healthy will stick, and that your routine will never get boring. This newsletter will focus on ways to keep you on a healthy track.
Constructing your own exercise routine is easier than you think. And, contrary to popular belief, you don't necessarily need to have a gym membership or expensive exercise equipment to do it. Low impact or aerobic exercise, indoor or outside...all that counts is that you are moving.
Initiating lifestyle changes to lower your cholesterol can be a little daunting at first. Adjusting your diet is probably the most difficult factor to adjust. However, with a few adjustments, a healthy diet can be very easy to stick to. This article will tell you how to do it.
So, you've been on your cholesterol-lowering plan for a while, but now find yourself in a slump? If so, why not enlist the help of a friend to keep you on track. Whether it is having a buddy to walk with every morning, someone to swap healthy recipes with, or just a friend to commiserate, involving others with your plans can greatly help.
Tired of eating the same, "safe" foods on your cholesterol-lowering diet? If so, try some of the low cholesterol recipes in these cookbooks. You could always try some of the cholesterol-friendly recipes on the site.