What to Eat to Lower Cholesterol

 
Lowering Cholesterol
Learn how to change your diet to lower your cholesterol levels. Free advice to help prevent high cholesterol.
The Therapeutic Lifestyle Diet
The TLC diet is a low-saturated fat, low-cholesterol eating plan.


 
What to Eat to Lower Cholesterol
 
What to Eat to Lower Cholesterol
What to Eat to Lower Cholesterol
What to Eat to Lower Cholesterol
Eat foods low in saturated fat some suggestions are fat free or 1% dairy products, lean meats, fish and shellfish, skinless poultry, whole grain foods, fruits, and vegetables.

Look for soft margarines that are low in saturated fat and contain little or no trans fat. Eat foods high in soluble fiber, such as oats,
oranges, pears, Brussels sprouts, carrots, dried peas, and beans.





Limit foods high in cholesterol, such as:

liver and other organ meats
egg yolks
full-fat dairy products

Limit foods high in saturated fat, such as:

High fat processed meats (e.g., sausage, hot dogs, bologna, salami) and untrimmed red meats
Fried foods

The following cooking methods tend to produce lower saturated fat levels, bake, broil, microwave, poach, grill, roast (on a rack so fat can drip away)
lightly stir-fry or saute in small amounts of vegetable oil, or reduced sodium chicken broth
Lowering Cholesterol
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