For people who are suffering from hyperlipidemia, changing your diet is essential, and one of the best things to cut out of your diet is red meat. The high level of cholesterol found in red meat can speed up the decline of your heart by putting excess stress and strain on the arteries and blood vessels. Hyperlipidemia can be prevented or remedied by adding healthy alternatives, like soy, which deliver as much protein as red meat, but not nearly as many dangerous fats. Research has shown that soy and its derivative products measurably reduce lipid profiles in the body.
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