The most common way to increase “bad” cholesterol is by eating fatty foods.
Experts have revealed that the amount of water a person consumes can affect their cholesterol levels, the Voice reported, citing Times Now.
It is noted that unlike “good” cholesterol, “bad” cholesterol causes clogged arteries, which, in turn, can lead to cardiovascular disease.
However, medical research has shown that dehydration is also associated with an increase in such cholesterol.
To avoid these consequences, experts recommend drinking plenty of water and making this a priority in everyday life.
Good sleep, moderate physical activity and a balanced diet, avoiding high sugar intake, were also described by experts as effective for maintaining a healthy heart.