As a mum of a toddler and baby I find that my breakfasts these days are rushed, almost always interrupted and generally eaten standing up. So to make things a bit easier I now have overnight oats most mornings.
There are plenty of breakfast options for a cholesterol-lowering diet because a lot of traditional breakfast foods, like oats and high fibre cereals, naturally lower cholesterol.
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This is a great cheat’s recipe (if you can even call it a recipe!) that’s really quick and easy to prepare. I have this breakfast a couple of times a week, and find it keeps me full until lunch, plus it helps to lower cholesterol as it contains these four cholesterol-reducing foods:-
One of my absolute favourite things in the world to eat is warm toast smothered in melted butter. The thing is, while it tastes amazing, it never really keeps me full for long, so I always end up feeling hungry an hour later. And because butter is so high in saturated fat, it’s not something I can eat as often as I used to. So I’ve found alternative toast toppings that taste just as good, but also help to lower my cholesterol at the same time:-Read More »
Smoothies are one of the easiest ways to fit lots of cholesterol-reducing foods into your daily diet. This smoothie contains 4 of the top cholesterol-lowering foods:-
Eating more oats can do wonders for your cholesterol levels, as oats are rich in dietary fibre, which reduces the amount of cholesterol in your blood. I try to eat oats every day, so I’m constantly experimenting with new ways to fit them into my daily diet. Here are some of my favourites:-
Breakfast is a great opportunity to fit lots of cholesterol-reducing foods into your daily diet. I try to include at least one of these in my breakfast every morning:-
- Sunflower/chia seeds
- Ground flaxseeds
- Baked beans
- Soya yoghurt