Anti-cholesterol diet

By Admin | Women Health / Diets
22 March 2016
Anti-cholesterol diet

diet basis of all cholesterol-lowering diet - reducing consumption of animal fats.A diet designed for anyone who wants to get rid of excess cholesterol in the blood.During the diet should be aware of the need to exercise and giving up smoking and alcohol.Careful adherence to such a diet may be to reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood by 10-12%.

Eating lean meats (all "visible" fat to be removed).
reduce the consumption of meat products (sausages).
Replace butter with vegetable.The increase in the diet of foods that bring cholesterol from the body: legumes (peas, beans, lentils);all fruits and berries, which when cooked jelly form;grains.
choose dairy products with low fat content.Reduce intake of fatty cheese (fat content must be no more than 30%).Eggs
only eat cooked and not more than 2-3 eggs per week.
finished products to select only those whose composition does not include butter and coconut oil.Include in the diet of fish.

grain breads, yogurt, ayran, yogurt, low-fa

t cottage cheese, red wine, olive oil, carrots, onions, beets, cauliflower, tomatoes, pumpkin, spinach, broccoli, green peas, green beans,chicory, lettuce, potatoes, squash, apples, lemons, grapes, strawberries, watermelon, apricots, kiwi fruit, peaches, oranges, currants, fruit and vegetable soup, green tea, brown rice and cereals, fresh fruit and vegetable juices.

authorized products:
skim milk, ostrich meat, seafood, dark chocolate, nuts, flour products, sunflower oil, sugar, jellies, desserts, dairy desserts, pasta without eggs, lean meat (baked in foil).

forbidden foods:
whole milk, fatty cheese, egg yolk, margarine, duck and goose meat, freshwater fish, fatty meat, fat, lard, bacon, instant soups, convenience foods, french fries, sweet chocolate and sweets.