Cholesterol: That's it

As you know, a distinction must be made between the unhealthy LDL cholesterol and the good HDL cholesterol. LDL can settle on the vessel walls and block them – which in the worst case leads to a heart attack. The good HDL, however, ensures balanced blood lipid levels in the body. Content. High cholesterol comes for the most part from too high-fat diet. Especially fried foods raise LDL cholesterol levels. But innards and sauces with eggs, such as hollandaise sauce or mayonnaise, are true cholesterol bombs. For liquors and brandy, all fat sausage and sweets the same applies. Fish is not the same as fish. And not all sea creatures are recommended. Oysters, clams, shrimp and squid contain a lot of cholesterol. Salmon, mackerel or cod, on the other hand, reduce blood lipid levels. Their omega-3 content actively lowers cholesterol. Which foods do that too, you will find below. Please access here! Vegetable fat. Oils are rich in healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Especially olive oil, sunflower oil, thistle oil and rapeseed oil are recommended. Legumes. Beans, lentils and chickpeas contain a lot of fiber, which can lower LDL cholesterol. Fruit. Even pears are good at high levels of fat. The plant fiber lignin reduces cholesterol. For apples, pectin provides the same effect. Loaf. Wholegrain bread should be on the menu daily because of its fiber. Nuts. Walnuts, pine nuts and pecans contain a great deal of omega-3 fatty acids that can actively break down cholesterol.