10 Foods That Lower Your Cholestrol
salmon doesn’t lower bad cholesterol, it does raise your good cholesterol, HDL, which in turn rids the body of the bad stuff
The monounsaturated fat in nuts can help lower bad cholesterol, and that goes for almonds, walnuts, peanuts, hazelnuts, pecans, some pine nuts, and pistachios.
A serving of beans a day (about 3/4 cup) can measurably lower your cholesterol. It’s because of the soluble fiber in beans, which helps by decreasing cholesterol production in the liver
apples (especially the skins) contain pectin, a type of soluble fiber that grabs onto the “bad” cholesterol and escorts it out of our bodies.
it provides lots of soluble fiber which helps lower cholesterol by reducing the amount that gets absorbed into your bloodstream.
Nutrient dense avocados are high in healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, and have been found to help reduce bad cholesterol particles in multiple studies.
7. olive oil
Olive oil is another monounsaturated fat that makes so many foods taste better, and yet it still lowers our bad cholesterol levels.
It’s believed that garlic lowers bad cholesterol by preventing it from being produced in the liver
9. red wine
red wine in moderation is a good thing for your heart and cholesterol levels. But the issue is that wine consumption can be hard to control, and too much wine causes the opposite effect
10. dark chocolate
Dark chocolate contains more cocoa than other types of chocolate, and is higher in the flavonoids that have been shown to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.
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