More and more, the people around us have their blood tests come back with some kind of imbalance. This is not something unusual today.
And one of these cases is the high levels of triglycerides. Do you know anyone with high triglycerides?
To reduce the triglycerides levels and have better health, besides following a balanced diet, it is also very important to incorporate physical activities into your daily routine. Did you know that?
Having a deficient diet will always bring consequences, especially as we get older.
And, with the busy rhythm of our lives, we end up choosing foods that are high on fats, salt or sugar and low on nutrients.
Take time and think about your last meals: did you eat something nutritious?
One of the consequences of a high-fat diet is the excess of triglycerides in the body.
Even though the body tends to use this fat as a source of energy, if it gets accumulated in big amounts, it can cause heart issues, strokes, diabetes, and other diseases.
But, and luckily, it is possible to reduce triglycerides and keep its levels at an adequate level. Did you know?
To do that, you just need to follow a balanced diet and practice some kind of physical activity.
Besides that, we will show you in today's video a recipe that can help you with this mission.
See how to make a natural medicine with eggplants and cucumber to reduce your triglycerides.
Write down the ingredients:
1 eggplant, 1 cucumber and 6.75 oz. water;
Start by washing and slicing the eggplant and the cucumber. Then, put the ingredients in a blender with the water. Blend and strain.
Drink this juice at least 15 minutes before your breakfast. Easy to make, isn't it?
Do it and share your experience with us.
And remember to pay attention to what you are eating. Even though most of the times we don't pay attention to what we are eating, either because of lack of time or interest, taking care of your diet will significantly affect your life.
Besides that, do your tests whenever possible and keep them controlled with your doctor.
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