What’s the key to lowering low-density lipoproteins (LDL), or bad cholesterol? One way can be modifying your diet—aka cutting out some of the bad stuff. You should be increasing how much fiber you consume and reducing your saturated fat intake. Foods such as red meat, ice cream, and other foods can be harmful to your health.
Ok, we know what you’re thinking: “How can I possibly cut those delicious foods out of my diet?” We know it might be hard but you can start by cutting back—and adding in these healthier options.
- Red Grapefruit
- Fatty Fish (Salmon, Tuna, etc.)
- Dark Chocolate
Adding these foods into your meal line up will help decrease your cholesterol substantially. You’ll see the number drop—trust us!