What Foods To Avoid With High Cholesterol? | List Of High Cholesterol Foods

In today’s century, people prefer to eat food that is high in fat or cholesterol, but such food is very harmful in the long run. So now we see about the list of foods to avoid high cholesterol.

The Person who have high blood cholesterol, high Triglyceride levels, and  high LDL are suggested do following things:

List of high cholesterol food

Avoid all fried foods like parantha, puris, samosa, mathri, and other fried foods.

Avoid all aerated drinks and alcohol except plain soda.

Avoid whole milk and use skimmed milk for tea, coffee, curd, cheese and paneer. 

Avoid pure ghee, butter, cream, ice cream, and other decadent cream-based desserts.

Avoid all dry fruits and nuts, except almond.

Use whole grain cereals, full grams, and pulses, whole. Wheat porridge and whole wheat bread.

Diet is low fat, high fiber, low in refined carbohydrates and Sugar.

Use groundnut, sunflower, corn, till, or safflower oil with mustard oil, soya, rice bran, rapeseed.

Avoid all refined carbohydrates like Sugar, juice, jams, honey, chocolate, root vegetables like potato, colocasia.

Maida preparations like white bread, biscuits, plain boiled rice, sago, noodles, macaroni, etc.

Use plenty of fresh green vegetables and sprouts.

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High protein low cholesterol foods menu

Breakfast

  • Tea 1 cup with Sugar
  • Milk (low fat) 1 glass (200 ml)
  • Whole wheat bread slices 2
  • wheat porridge or oats 50 g
  • Egg white one or paneer 25 g or sprouts

Lunch 

  • Salad Chappati (wheat and Bengal gram 4:1) 80g (4 medium-sized)
  • Curd (low-fat milk) 125 g (1 bowl)
  • Whole pulse with husk 25 g (I bowl)
  • Green vegetables 125 g (1 bowl)
  • Cooking oil 10 g (2 teaspoons)
  • Fruit 200 g (2 medium)

TEA 

  • 1 cup of tea with sugar Sprouts/soya upma 50 g (1 serving)

Dinner 

  • Rice khichri with whole pulse Bengal gram or chappati four medium-sized (80 g)
  • Grilled fish 75 g
  • Curd 125 g (1 bowl)
  • Green vegetables 125 g (1 serving)
  • Cooking oil 10 g (2 teaspoons)
  • Sugar 20Gg

“Its all depend on us, what to eat and what to not eat.” 

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