Results 1 - 10 of 147 for Dietary cholesterol
  1. ... These fats are solid at room temperature. A diet high in saturated fat increases cholesterol buildup in your arteries (blood vessels). Cholesterol is ...
  2. ... limiting carbohydrates to 55% of daily calories and dietary cholesterol to 150 mg. Try to get at least 30 grams (g) of daily fiber. Check with your doctor before you increase the potassium in your diet or use salt substitutes (which often contain potassium). ...
  3. ... body and obtained from animal products in the diet. Cholesterol is manufactured in the liver and is needed for normal body functions including the production ...
  4. ... age should not be on a fat-restricted diet, because cholesterol and fat are thought to be important nutrients for brain development. Children over two can have lower fat foods added to their diets. Fat in the diet is necessary to help ...
  5. A diet low in cholesterol and saturated fat and rich in unsaturated fat may help to control your LDL level. People with ...
  6. ... and blood vessel problems -- A low-fat, low-cholesterol diet is usually not enough for people with nephrotic syndrome. Medicines to reduce cholesterol and triglycerides (usually statins) may be needed. A ...
  7. ... higher after 6 months of following a healthy diet. Have an LDL cholesterol level 160 mg/dL or higher with other ...
  8. ... cholesterol may be managed with a healthy, low-cholesterol diet or medicines. However, research does not show that these methods stop the disease from getting worse or change how cells break down cholesterol. Medicines are available to control or relieve many ...
  9. ... risk for atherosclerosis. However, a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet is often not as helpful for people with membranous nephropathy. Medicines used to treat membranous nephropathy ... and triglyceride levels Water pills (diuretics) to reduce ...
  10. Soy 
    Soy in your diet can lower cholesterol. Many research studies support this claim. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agrees that 25 grams per day ...
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