Do you fill your diet with processed and fried foods, baked products, and red meat? If such dominate your meals, it would help if you limit the intake because they mainly increase cholesterol and cause weight gain. I tell my clients to maximize on foods, including oatmeal, fatty fish, and nuts, which regulate your cholesterol. During one of my sessions, a colleague was concerned about eating eggs. Well, eggs have high cholesterol. But do not avoid them completely because they supply more other important nutrients.
Staying inactive physically can risk high cholesterol levels. But regular exercise is good for lowering the bad cholesterol. I recommend cardio activities, including swimming, jogging, and HIIT exercises. Again, do not neglect a nutritious diet for better cholesterol control.