Low Cholestoral Diet

Were you looking for information about a Low Cholesterol Diet? Low cholestoral diet is a common misspelling of low cholesterol diet.
 
A low cholesterol diet should focus on cutting back on animal products, eating more foods with no cholesterol, and decreasing saturated fat and trans fat. Cholesterol is found only in foods that are animal-based (such as dairy products or meat). Plant-based products do not contain cholesterol, so it is important to add whole grains and legumes, vegetables, and fruits to your diet.
 
With a low cholesterol diet, you should limit your total fat intake to 25 to 35 percent of the day's total calories, salt intake to less than 2,400 mg daily, and dietary cholesterol to less than 200 mg per day. It is recommended to eat at least three to five servings of fruits and vegetables daily as part of this diet.
  
(Click Low Cholesterol Diet for some nutrition strategies for following a low cholesterol diet and suggestions on incorporating plant-based foods into your diet. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on cholesterol.)
 
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