To cure high cholesterol naturally, eat a healthy balanced diet, exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight, according to Everyday Health. To keep cholesterol levels low, limit foods that contain trans-fats and saturated fats, quit smoking, and drink alcohol in moderation.
Avoid high-cholesterol foods, such as processed foods, packaged foods and high-fat dairy products, including whole milk, explains Everyday Health. Include poultry, lean meat, fish, nuts and low-fat dairy products in your diet. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Avocados and olive oils are rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which aid in elevating good high-density lipoprotein, or HDL, cholesterol levels in the blood, according to Everyday Health. Saturated fats should make up no more than 7 percent of total daily calories. Foods high in these fats include butter, coconut and related foods, beef, lamb, and pork.
Maintaining a healthy body weight reduces bad cholesterol and increases HDL cholesterol in the blood, notes Everyday Health. Swim, cycle or walk for about 40 minutes, four times a week.
Limit alcohol consumption to two drinks per day to encourage healthy cholesterol levels, notes Everyday Health. Drinking one glass of wine per day may raise levels of healthy HDL cholesterol. Stop smoking to improve levels of HDL cholesterol and lower low-density lipoprotein.