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4. Most thin people drink alcohol in excessive amounts.

Rather than eat well for good health, most thin people spend time drinking more alcohol to fill their stomach. As an effect, excessive alcohol increases the cholesterol levels in the body. On the contrary, moderate drinking of alcohol can actually increase the high-density lipoproteins (HDL), or the good cholesterol. However, too much alcohol cannot be fully metabolized by the liver leading to an increase in the low-density lipoproteins (LDL), or the bad cholesterol.

5. Most thin people experience chronic stress.

Individuals who are thin are known to exhibit chronic stress which is a factor why they have high cholesterol. Research studies show that increased levels of cholesterol result in the body's biological response to stress that involves the accumulation of energy sources like fatty acids and glucose, making them gain weight. Stress is also a key risk factor in the development of major diseases.

Just because some people look thin does not mean that they are healthy inside and out. The body can be deceiving, too; the intricate processes of the human body are oftentimes too complex to understand and too elaborate for the human mind to comprehend. No matter what type of body weight you have, it is extremely important to stay fit by adhering to a healthy diet and maintaining a regular exercise regimen. Giving yourself adequate rest and thinking positively are also great ways to keep healthy.

According to Dr. Chauncey Crandall ''Three main causes of heart attack are fats, Sugar, Stress''. Fortunately unlike the risk factors, you may be able to lower/reduce your LDL cholesterol level, if they are already high, or prevent it, because it's being said that prevention is better and more economical than to cure. So whether you want to prevent your LDL cholesterol level from increasing, or reduce it, this method has been proven to help.
What do I mean with "adjusting life-style"?

Did you know that oatmeal contributes to lowering your cholesterol level? It most certainly does. Therfore you should eat more of this.
Olive oil consist of unsaturated fat and is very much used in the mediterranean countries. Why not fry your food in this instead of butter? If you're using this as your main fat source regularly, your cholesterol level should decrease. Stay away from commercially produced and saturated fats.
A great supplement is cod liver oil. It contains essential Omega 3 oils, which is rare in most weight loss diets. Take it once a day. If you are like me and don't like the taste, do as I do and take it in capsules form. It supplies you with 'good' cholesterol. Other benefits are an improved look and feel of your skin, increased energy, improved memory and even pain relief.
Eat vitamin A and vitamin E daily as they also have proven to lower cholesterol level.
Start up with some moderate exercise. It is sufficient to take a thirty minutes to one hour walk daily. This will also contribute to your cholesterol level lowering.

To summarize: If your cholesterol level is too high, start up eating foods that contain substances that have been around for many years and have been tested and tried by generations, instead of starting out with pills that might have health damaging side effects. Add some moderate workout and you'll be well on your way to a normal cholesterol level. If this doesn't work, then consider medicine. I wish you a good luck!