Looking for a good list of low cholesterol foods to eat?
Have you gone on a special cholesterol diet plan from your doctor only to see virtually no results?
Maybe you saw your numbers increase and it left you scratching your head wondering what you did wrong.
Unfortunately, most doctors don’t really understand natural foods as well as they understand drugs. And that’s a shame.
What does that mean for you?
You often get some pretty bad advice when it comes to dietary changes.
Don't worry. I’m about to share some foods that are proven to help regulate blood cholesterol levels.
Now, for the most part, it’s a good idea to ignore any health claims made by the maker of any food product. Chances are they are stretching the truth at best.
But guess what?
The Quaker isn’t kidding around about the positive effects of oatmeal for cholesterol.
Thanks to it's high soluble fiber content, there are certain types of oatmeal that really do help lower cholesterol.
If you’re already eating oatmeal to help with cholesterol, I’m wondering if you know a neat little trick that can help even more.
You can sprinkle some cinnamon on your oatmeal and get another boost of help with your cholesterol. People have successfully used cinnamon for cholesterol for a very long time now with good results.
And then there’s a tasty, crunchy snack that not only provides your body with good, healthy fats but once again … is proven to help regulate and lower blood cholesterol levels.
The crunchy snack I’m referring to is often called the “healthiest nut’ … the almond.
But you need to be careful when it comes to almonds and cholesterol.
I say that because the right kind of almonds are super healthy. Great for your heart. Even helps lower cholesterol.
Eat the wrong kind of almonds and your cholesterol may go up, not down. (It's true.)
If you'd like more ideas, you might want to see this for a long list of other tasty low cholesterol foods.