LDL cholesterol causes arterial plaque, whereas HDL cholesterol helps the body excrete cholesterol. Hormones, vitamin D, and bile to break down lipids need cholesterol.
Seeds and nuts: Use them as a snack or pasta and salad garnish. Stock up on basic flavors. Look for natural almond or peanut butter with simply nuts or nuts and salt.
Calcium-Rich Food: Choose yoghurt, milk, cottage cheese, cream cheese, sour cream, creamer, and cheese to reduce fat. Canned salmon, sardines, and other seafood are calcium-rich.
Non-Vegan Options: Try fortified cereals, juices, and green, leafy vegetables if you're lactose intolerant or vegan to make up for the calcium you're missing.
Eggs: Did you know that egg white contains no cholesterol? They are, however, rich in protein.
Balanced Meal: A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains and good fats help to control bad cholesterol (LDL).