7 Foods that Lower Cholesterol Levels

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3. Fatty Fish

Fish

Fish like sardines, tuna, and salmon are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Healthy fats are essential to increase your “good” cholesterol and at the same time, it also lowers chronic inflammation.

Experts have found out that eating fatty fish regularly can potentially prevent the development of high blood pressure and keeping “good” cholesterol levels high. It also reduces the chances of stroke by 27%.

Avoid frying fatty fish as it removes all the good fats and adds bad fats. Nuts, flax seeds are a good alternative if you don’t like fish. Cooking with flaxseed oil and soybean oil is also a healthy alternative.

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