Diet & Prevention

Eat light balanced meals with less carbs and calorie control. It is best to avoid eating foods which may cause cholesterol to increase such as: internal organs (brain, liver, kidneys, etc.), crab yolk, shrimp eggs, fish eggs, egg yolk or butter made bread, egg yolk crisps or biscuits, salty, heavily spiced or seasoning, uncooked (raw), greasy, pungent food, chocolate, shellfish, fried and spicy food and/or ice cream. Select fish and skinless poultry with low fat content and practice deep breathing daily. No smoking or drinking alcohol, coffee and ice-cold beverages.