If You Have High Cholesterol, Limit These 7 Foods

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We will explore seven foods that individuals with high cholesterol should consider limiting or avoiding to help maintain healthier cholesterol levels.

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Saturated Fats 

Limit or avoid sources like red meat (beef, lamb, pork), full-fat dairy products (butter, cheese, whole milk), and coconut oil.

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Trans Fats 

Trans fats are artificial fats commonly found in processed and fried foods. They not only raise LDL cholesterol but also lower HDL cholesterol, known as "good" cholesterol.

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High Cholesterol Meats 

Organ meats, such as liver and kidney, are exceptionally high in cholesterol and should be limited.

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Egg Yolks 

While eggs are a nutritious food, the yolks are rich in cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol, it's advisable to limit egg yolk consumption and focus on egg whites.

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Processed and Packaged Snacks

Many packaged snacks, such as cookies, cakes, and chips, are all of which can negatively impact cholesterol levels.

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High-Fat Dairy 

Full-fat dairy products like whole milk, cream, and certain cheeses are high in saturated fats.

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Fast Foods and Fried Foods 

Fast food and deep-fried items are typically high in unhealthy fats and trans fats.

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