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I am a 66 years old Male. I had a spasm IHD problem on 05 Aug 2009. They have carried out angiogram and removed mild blocks. After that they have advised me to continue with ecosprin 10 mg and ATORVA STATS 20 mg daily and continue six monthly periodical check up. I have been doing that. So far I had no major problems after that. But recently my LDL, VLDL & TRIGLYCERIDES and Total cholesterol has started increasing. How can I reduce these bad cholesterols and increase my HDL cholesterol. Can you please suggest methods and food I should avoid to decrease BAD cholesterol & Increase HDL, Kindly also suggest other steps/precautions I have to take to keep my heart healthy. Waiting for your detailed reply to my above queries. Thanking you in anticipation.

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Hello, Regarding your Cardiovascular Health, you can take care of it with Nutritional Therapy and Lifestyle Medicine. Firstly, I will tell you the foods to avoid and lifestyle to keep at bay, they are : 1). Refined Carbohydrates 2). Sugar 3). Processed and packaged foods. 4). Junks food , Trans fat, saturated fat in least quantity only allowed like Coconut oil, sunflower seed. 5). Green tea, green coffee, coffee Foods to have : Omega-3 fatty acids in sea fish, sesame seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds, Vit C in citrus fruits Vit D3 daily in the form of sun exposure preferably. Dates , banana, avocado, dark green leafy vegetables. Nutraceuticals : Omega-3 fatty acids Vit D3 Niacin Magnesium Co enzyme Q10 Revert back for further information. Good luck
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