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Learn how to keep your cholesterol in check to help prevent high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, even the risk of stroke.
Restaurant menus are tricky when you’re watching your cholesterol. Use these strategies so you can have your (whole-wheat, fruit-topped) cake and eat it, too.
You know what they say about apples—one a day will keep the doctor away—but a new study finds this old saying could apply to avocados, too.
Will Kriski tells his story about tackling high cholesterol by developing a low-fat, whole-foods, plant-based diet that emphasizes starchy vegetables.
New research suggests that white meat may not be much healthier than beef after all.
A review published in JAMA has linked dietary cholesterol in eggs to increased risk for cardiovascular disease and mortality... again.
A one cup serving of raspberries contains just 64 calories, 8 grams of dietary fiber, and 54 percent of your daily vitamin C needs.
Eating rich foods during the holidays can cause your cholesterol to jump by 20 percent after Christmas, according to this study.
Treating high cholesterol by eating okra or drinking okra water has become a popular trend. But does it really work?
Seed oils like sunflower, canola, rapeseed, safflower, flaxseed, and sesame oil are the best choice for lowering LDL cholesterol levels, according to a study.