Fatty Fish: Fish that are rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, like salmon, can directly lower you LDL count. It is recommended that you eat 2-3 servings of these fish a week, which can also help to lower your blood pressure and reduce your risk of developing blood clots.
The phytochemicals in garlic may lower cholesterol, and they're a simple addition to flavor any meal. Phytochemicals help protect against disease and have been shown to boost immunity. Get your daily fix of garlic with this delicious (and inexpensive) garlic chicken dinner.
Turkey Steaks with Spinach, Pears, & Blue Cheese Treat yourself to this savory meal of turkey tenderloins seasoned with a sage rub and topped with grilled spinach. This quick dinner recipe is ready in under 30 minutes.