High Cholestral Foods
Were you looking for information about High Cholesterol Foods? High cholestral foods is a common misspelling of high cholesterol foods.
Meat, egg yolks, butter, ice cream, cheese, and other animal products are some of the foods that contain a high amount of cholesterol. Also, foods that are high in saturated fats (such as coconut oil) can raise your level of LDL ("bad") cholesterol and, therefore, have a similar effect on your body as eating high cholesterol foods. Trans fats are even worse for cholesterol levels than saturated fat and cholesterol itself because they raise LDL cholesterol and lower HDL ("good") cholesterol. Some examples of foods that contain trans fat include margarines, snack foods (such as cookies and crackers), processed foods, commercially produced baked goods, and fried foods (such as doughnuts).
(Click High Cholesterol Foods for more information on other foods that are considered high cholesterol foods and a description on how these foods affect cholesterol. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)