If you have high cholesterol than you should discuss your concerns with your doctor. Our understanding of how our lipid profile affects our risk of cardiovascular disease is still evolving. You may get wildly different advice between different medical professionals depending on what journals they read and how much they keep up with research. One thing that is universal is that eating a healthier diet, getting regular exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight greatly reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, dementia, and cancer. Avoiding trans- and saturated fats, eating more whole grains and foods rich in fiber and antioxidants like fruit and vegetables is good advice for everyone. If lifestyle changes are not enough to improve your lipid profile than you need a doctor's guidance.
excersise, minimize or lay off foods high in chelosterol such as seafood, eggs, trans fats cheese. there are foods that can lower cholestorol Like Flora proactive margarine spread, i think there are some cheese slices tthat also reduce it.
als eat oats for breakfast as it helps in preventing the re absorbtion of chelestorol
Vitamins "Red Rice Yeast" and "Turmeric" lower cholesterol. For me, personally, Turmeric works best. For my mother, Red Rice Yeast works best. It depends on your body chemistry. Mine lowered into "normal" range using Turmeric for 3 months, without using their medications.
Yes - certain foods can do that, like foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids, certain nuts, bran and oats, some vegetables and fruits, etc.
CHEERIOS!!!!!!!! haven't you seen the commercials? "creat taste lower cholesterol"
You didnt mention the best one! Dark chocolate!!
lol ... my bad :)