Tuesday, December 13, 2011

About Cholesterol: Can You Eat Meat on a Cholesterol-Lowering Diet?

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From Jennifer Moll, your Guide to Cholesterol
Just because you are following a cholesterol-lowering diet, it doesn't mean that you have to abandon meat products completely. Whether you enjoy meat or poultry, or are looking for some healthy tips for meat substitutes, this newsletter will show you how to select meat products for your healthy diet.

Do I Have to Stop Eating Meat if I Have High Cholesterol?
Does being diagnosed with high cholesterol mean that you have to stop eating meat completely? Not necessarily. Find out how much meat you can eat on a cholesterol-lowering diet.

Tips for Eating Meat On a Low-Fat Diet
Wanting to include meat in your cholesterol-lowering diet, but don't know where to start? Try some of these helpful tips for your next healthy meal.

Eating Meat and Your Cholesterol-Friendly Diet
There are several types of meat that you can include in your diet. Some of these meats can be lean, whereas other, fattier cuts could have a detrimental impact on your cholesterol if consumed in high amounts. Here are some healthy tips on how to keep your meat selections cholesterol-friendly.

Food Swaps: Meat and Meat Substitutes
Tired of including the same cuts of meat in your diet? If so, try some of these healthy, delicious alternatives to add a little variety to your cholesterol-lowering diet.


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