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Top Foods to Lower Your Cholesterol

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Whole grains and oats Report Abuse
Naturally lowers the cholesterol.
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100% cranberry-grape juice Report Abuse
Cranberry juice raises HDL or “good” cholesterol.
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Avocados Report Abuse
26 of the 30 grams of fat in an avocado are heart-healthy, unsaturated fats that can increase your levels of HDL cholesterol.
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Garlic Report Abuse
Studies have shown that garlic can lower cholesterol and the incidence of blood clotting.
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Foods With High Cholesterol Report Abuse
A big contender on this front is red meat such as beef, veal, pork and lamb. No matter how these foods are prepared, they are incredibly high in cholesterol. It was once purported that eggs were a healthier alternative to getting protein; however, egg yolks too are packed with bad cholesterol. Cholesterol foodswithhighcholesterol.com
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Blueberries Report Abuse
Blueberries contain an,antioxidant called pterostilbene .This compound has effectively lowered cholesterol levels in animal studies.
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Raise HDL Cholesterol Report Abuse
When someone is dealing with high cholesterol it is important to raise the good cholesterol, this is the HDL. There are a few ways that someone can go about doing this. This article will discuss some of the things that someone can do in order to raise HDL cholesterol. Raise HDL Cholesterol raisehdlcholesterol.com
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Fish and omega-3 fatty acids Report Abuse
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Apples Report Abuse
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Cholesterol Scores Report Abuse
Someone that is dealing with high cholesterol may want to spend some time thinking about the different foods that they eat. That is because food can be a really large contributor when it comes to our health and the cholesterol numbers that we are dealing with. Therefore, it is always best to learn about bad cholesterol foods so that they can be avoided. Cholesterol Scores badcholesterolfoods.com
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Olive Oil Report Abuse
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Foods Low in Cholesterol Report Abuse
Therefore, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains should be a major part of any low cholesterol diet. Breads, cereals, pasta and rice are also low in cholesterol, as long as they are not prepared by using high-cholesterol eggs, butter, or milk. Foods Low in Cholesterol foodslowincholesterol.com
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MANGO Report Abuse
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Green Tea Report Abuse
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Spinach and other Green leafy Veggies Report Abuse
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Soy Protein Report Abuse
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Walnuts, Report Abuse
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What Is Bad Cholesterol Report Abuse
Healthy living is a growing concern in society today and it’s a hot topic that everyone wants to be a part of. Unfortunately, with so much information circulating it’s often difficult to sort through and find out what’s truly valuable instead of falling for gimmicks or misinformation. Cholesterol whatisbadcholesterol.com
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Cholesterol Level Report Abuse
To stay healthy it is important to maintain recommended cholesterol levels. This is the amount of cholesterol per volume of blood. These levels can differ from person to person and can vary based on medical and family history, age, gender and other such factors. Cholesterol Level: recommendedcholesterollevels.com
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HDL and LDL Cholesterol Report Abuse
The two major types of cholesterol are HDL and LDL cholesterol, or high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL). Cholesterol hdlandldlcholesterol.com
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Foods with Cholesterol Report Abuse
When trying to eat properly and be healthy, one of the first steps is to learn all of the foods with cholesterol. It is even better to understand which foods have bad cholesterol and which have good cholesterol. Foods with Cholesterol: foodswithcholesterol.com
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Cholesterol Report Abuse
Someone that is dealing with high cholesterol may want to spend some time thinking about the different foods that they eat. That is because food can be a really large contributor when it comes to our health and the cholesterol numbers that we are dealing with. Therefore, it is always best to learn about bad cholesterol foods so that they can be avoided. Cholesterol badcholesterolfoods.com
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Reducing LDL Report Abuse
When people hear that they need to lower their cholesterol, a common first instinct is to “stop eating and start exercising.” However, this tends to be a rather difficult approach to tackling this pervasive health threat. Cholesterol reducingldl.com
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list of foods that help to lower cholesterol Report Abuse
There are various list of foods that lower cholesterol such as Oat cereal, Cereals containing flaxseed or psyllium, Whole grain cereals, All types of fruits, especially currants, grapes, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, citrus fruits, apples, Pecan nuts, walnuts, olives, soy nuts, Dried or canned beans, peas and lentils, Corn, fresh, frozen or canned, Soybean products, Whole wheat bread, All vegetables, especially onion, watercress, leeks, spinach, carrots, artichokes, avocado, broccoli, kale Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, A variety of flavourings, herbs and spices, especially fresh garlic, - Lean meats and chicken, Salmon, swordfish, tuna and trout, Canola and olive oils and margarines made from these oils. www.insideheart.com/list-of-foods-that-help-to-lower-cholesterol.html
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