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Cholesterol in Food

Broccoli and Cholesterol

Broccoli is a vegetable that some people have trouble warming up to, and while this vegetable may not be agreeable to your palate,...

Chickpeas & Cholesterol

Also known as garbanzo beans, chickpeas are a versatile source of protein. Moreover, they may help you lower your cholesterol. Ch...

Barley & Cholesterol

Whole grains like barley offer a natural way to achieve a healthy cholesterol level. Left unchecked, the waxy substance known as c...

Fish, Eggs & Cholesterol

Although science used to maintain that all cholesterol is bad, it's now known that there are good and bad cholesterol types. HDL c...

Crisco & Cholesterol

Crisco is a popular all-vegetable shortening product used as a substitute for butter or lard in baking recipes. In recent years, v...

What Are Some Oat Bran Products?

Oat bran is the high-fiber husk of oats that can reduce your cholesterol -- particularly the low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, whic...

Cholesterol in a Hamburger

It's no secret that a juicy hamburger with all the fixings makes a tasty and filling meal, but hamburgers also are loaded with cho...

Are Black Olives Bad for High Cholesterol?

When it comes to dietary fats, some are healthful and others are not. The tricky part is figuring out which is which — and m...

Foods High in Peptides

Peptides are a protein component composed of two or more amino acids bonded in a chain and encrypted into the protein molecule. Mo...

Low-Cholesterol Fast Foods

Cholesterol, which is found in animal products, has been associated with an increased risk of heart disease when consumed in exces...
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