Cholesterol is one of the most common problem now a days and more people are awake with it. So if you’re not with them this might help.
To achieve a desirable cholesterol level:
• Limit food with a high content of saturated fat and cholesterol. Substitute with grains and unsaturated fat from vegetables, fish, legumes and nuts.
• Limit cholesterol to 300 milligrams (mg) a day for the general population, and 200 mg a day for those with heart disease or its risk factors.
• Limit tans-fatty acids. Trans-fatty acids are found in foods containing partially hydrogenated vegetable oils such as packaged cookies, crackers and other baked goods; commercially prepared fried foods and some margarines.