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What is a cholesterol diet?

Cholesterol is a sticky, waxy, fat-like material found in the cells and bloodstreams of your body. Cholesterol is naturally created by your body, and the rest comes from the food you consume.  Your body makes all the cholesterol you need, and circulates it into your bloodstream, according to scientific studies.

The arrangement of all cells inside the body includes cholesterol. It helps digest fat and vitamin D and hormones such as testosterone and estrogen are released.

High cholesterol foods to avoid

We know there are foods that can directly contribute to the rise of LDL cholesterol.

Foods which are highly saturated fats such as high-fat cuts of beef, pork, bacon, cream, butter, ice cream, whole milk, cheese, eggs fall in this category.
Foods that are High in trans-fat such as fried foods, baked food items such as  (donuts, cookies, crackers), canned foods, and margarine.

Eat more fiber

Fiber is your  best friend as it offers many benefits to the human body.    It is  protentially one of the best types of  foods  you can consume. it helps the body  in several ways. Particularly the soluble fiber, is best known at  reducing cholesterol. Beans, wheat, rye, fruits are soluble fibre sources. A perfect way to continue a low cholesterol diet is by breakfasting with a bowl of oatmeal.

Plant Protein

It’s a shockingly abundant  that  we can obtain protein-rich products from plants.  Legumes are protein-packed and nutritionally rich. Try adding legumes like lentils, peas and beans (pinto, red, white or soybeans) from chili to salads onto your next plate or kitchen production. Legumes have proved to reduce rates of LDL cholesterol, non-HDL cholesterol, blood sugar and many other diseases.

Eat less saturated fat

It is important to reduce saturated fat in order to improve the levels of  cholesterol in your body. Fat rich fishes such as almon, sardines and trout      are rich in safe omega-3 fatty acids which are known to help lower triglycerides in the blood. You can choose for poultry products  or shelled mollusks (oysters, mussels, scallops) from time to time, because they are lower in saturated fat and cholesterol than beef, pork, lamb and veal.

Eat Seeds & Nuts

Eating more seeds and nuts may be of benefit to your health.    LDL cholesterol levels have been shown to improve for nuts and seeds. Those little crunchy delights contain protein, minerals and fiber. However, they are loaded with calories (about 175 calories per ounce), so it is best to stick to consume only a few per day. By far if you want to improve your blood pressure try to   go   for raw or dry-roasted nuts and seeds as compared to salted nuts.

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