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Were you looking for information about Low Cholesterol Foods? Low cholestoral foods is a common misspelling of low cholesterol foods.
 
The ultimate "low cholesterol foods" are those that have no cholesterol at all, including fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and legumes. Fish and poultry also contain low amounts of cholesterol, but you should still limit the total amount you eat to 5 ounces or less per day. Since saturated fat and foods with trans fat increase blood cholesterol, it is also important to look for products that are low in saturated and trans fat while shopping for low cholesterol foods.
 
(Click Low Cholesterol Foods for a more complete list of foods and snacks that are low in cholesterol, including animal products and plant-based products. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on cholesterol.)
 
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