Eating Plant Sterols will Reduce Cholesterol levels by 10%

Lisa Nelson Health Pro
  • Eating 2 grams of plant sterols each day will on average reduce your LDL cholesterol 10%.

    Plant sterols occur naturally in foods at low levels, so some foods have been fortified. Here are some options you can use to increase your plant sterol intake and promote a healthy heart!

    Avocados, 1 small 0.13 grams
    Corn Oil, 1 tablespoon 0.13 grams
    Sunflower Seeds, 1/4 cup 0.19 grams
    Oat Bar with plant sterols, 1 bar 0.4 grams
    Orange Juice with plant sterols 1.0 gram
    Vegetable oil spread with plant sterols, 1 tablespoon 1.0 gram


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Published On: February 04, 2009