Cholesterol friendly desserts

The Healthiest Cholesterol-Friendly Sweet Date & Pistachio Chocolate Bites

Dates are a brilliant cholesterol-friendly natural sweetener that can be added to desserts to give a lovely chewy texture. I love combining them with chia seeds to add a bit of crunch, and also because chia seeds are another great cholesterol-lowering food. Pistachios also contain healthy fats that lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. So these bites really do tick all the boxes!

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Cholesterol-friendly recipes

The Best Cholesterol-Friendly Toast Toppings

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 »

Cholesterol-friendly snacks

10 Delicious Cholesterol-Friendly Snacks

All of these snacks contain at least one of these cholesterol-reducing foods: oats, almonds, peanuts, bananas, avocado, chickpeas, apples and flaxseeds. They’re also really tasty and nourishing, so should keep you full and satisfied until dinner time!

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Cholesterol-friendly breakfasts

The Healthiest Cholesterol-Reducing Apple & Mango Smoothie

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:-

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Cholesterol Friendly Recipes

Cholesterol-Friendly Chocolate & Raisin Oaties

Oats are a great cholesterol-reducing food, so I try to eat them every day. I always used to associate oats with porridge and oatcakes, but I’m starting to discover more interesting ways to incorporate them into my daily diet, like these chocolate oaties.

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Cholesterol Friendly Recipes

Cholesterol-Reducing Apple & Cinnamon Porridge

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:-

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Cholesterol Friendly Recipes

Cholesterol-Friendly Turkey, Spinach & Mushroom Filo Parcels

Turkey breast meat is a great choice for cholesterol-friendly meals as it’s really low in saturated fat. It can be a bit bland on its own, but combining it with mushrooms and spinach turns it into a delicious cholesterol-friendly pastry filling.

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