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Include fiber in your diet. Fiber aids digestion, prevents constipation, and lowers cholesterol -- and can help with weight loss. Most Americans get only half the fiber they need. To reap fiber's benefits, most women should get about 25 grams daily, while men need about 38 grams -- or 14 grams per 1,000 calories. Good fiber sources include oatmeal, beans, whole grain foods, and a variety of fruits and vegetables.

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Dr Oz: Strawberry Serving Size for Lower LDL Cholesterol Vs Statins

Strawberries are nature’s sweet answer to your Cholesterol woes, and Dr Oz shared a study that found they can help you to lower LDL Cholesterol counts.


Cholesterol lowering foods include oat bran, flax seeds, garlic, almonds, walnuts, whole barley, and green tea. Below is a detailed list of foods which lower "bad" LDL cholesterol, while leaving the good HDL cholesterol largely unaffected. #reducecholedterol

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8 Foods to Lower LDL Cholesterol, Boost HDL Cholesterol, and Fight Inflammation

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6 Cholesterol-lowering Foods You Didn't Know About

Certain foods have been shown to decrease heart disease risk by lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and raising HDL (good) cholesterol.

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10 Foods for a Diet to Lower LDL Cholesterol

Making changes to your diet is a great way to help lower your LDL cholesterol levels. We take a look at ten foods that are especially beneficial in this area.