The most common cause of high cholesterol is eating foods that are high in cholesterol. Some people's genetics make them more likely to have high cholesterol, but with a diet low in cholesterol and medication, it can be managed. Avoiding food high in cholesterol is the first step in lowering your cholesterol.
No, dogs are not typically allergic to cheese. Dogs in fact love cheese. If you give your dog cheese, you should do so in moderation. Cheese is fattening and high in cholesterol, which can lead to the same conditions humans usually suffer from on high fat, high cholesterol diets: obesity and heart disease.
Yes, if you have high cholesterol you should stay away from cheese. However, asking for consultation about high cholesterol on the INTERNET is not the preferred way to secure valid information. The average lay person could give a sincere opinion that is incorrect. High cholesterol is dangerous and really nothing to mess around with. Please consult a licensed health care professional. Personally, I would speak to your physician.
Cheese is an animal product so the the fat from cheese contains cholesterol so if you have high cholesterol, eat the low fat or no fat versions in moderation. Cheese does have calcium, which is helpful for the bones. Also, lactose intolerant people will have stomach problems after eating too much cheese.
High cholesterol can definitely cause heart attack. As cholesterol accumulate in vessels, the cholesterol start to accumulate, clotting the vessels and blocking and reducing the diameter of the vessels. This cause the heart to be obligated to pump blood harder, exercing stress on the heart and potentially causing heart attack. !!
The risks of a person having high cholesterol are heart attacks and strokes. When a persons artery is clogged due to high cholesterol it is more likely to cause a heart attack, and when there is plaque built up it can keep the brain from receiving enough blood flow, which will cause a person to have a stroke.
No it is not.Cheese is very high in saturated fat,it can cause cholesterol to build up,dogs can't digest it properly,cheese gives them diarrhea,it is high in sodium,vets say that cheese is bad for dogs (and cats) and it can also cause gas due to lactose intolerance.if you want a healthy dog,than dont give them scraps or ANYTHING other than dog food and treats.Same thing for cats.
Although mice do like to eat cheese, for the most part they do not get a lot of cheese to eat. Cheese is made by people, and people try to store their cheese in a way that will protect it from mice. High cholesterol is not often a medical problem that is suffered by mice. Note that mice also have an extremely active life style, and spend little if any time watching television or typing…