10 High-Cholesterol Foods to Avoid


Avoid fried foods such as french fries, fried chicken, and deep-fried snacks as they tend to be high in unhealthy trans fats.

Fried Foods


Minimize consumption of processed meats like sausages, hot dogs, and bacon, as they are often high in saturated fats and sodium.

Processed Meats


 Limit or choose low-fat alternatives for high-fat dairy products like whole milk, full-fat cheese, and butter to reduce your saturated fat intake.

High-Fat Dairy Products


Avoid organ meats like liver, kidney, and brain as they are typically high in cholesterol.

Organ Meats


Limit or avoid desserts such as cakes, cookies, pastries, and ice cream that are made with high amounts of butter, cream, or trans fats.

High-Fat Desserts


Although shellfish can be a healthy choice for many people, those with high cholesterol may need to limit their intake of shrimp, crab, and lobster due to their cholesterol content.



Avoid processed snacks like chips, crackers, and cookies, as they often contain unhealthy trans fats, high levels of sodium, and added sugars.

Processed Snacks


While coconut oil has gained popularity, it is high in saturated fats and can raise cholesterol levels. Opt for healthier oils like olive oil or canola oil instead.

Coconut Oil


Reduce consumption of foods high in saturated fats, including fatty cuts of meat, full-fat dairy, and tropical oils like palm oil and palm kernel oil.

Saturated Fats


Limit sugary drinks like soda, fruit juices with added sugars, and sweetened iced teas as they can contribute to weight gain and worsen cholesterol levels.

Sugary Beverages

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