Pasta, bread, rice, rolls...these are often the most difficult foods to manage when beginning a healthy diet. Oftentimes, we can go overboard with these foods with the mistaken notion that all breads and noodles are created equally -- and healthy. However, these foods are not created equally. This article will show you how to pick healthy grains to incorporate into your cholesterol-lowering diet.
Not all grains are created equally. Knowing which grains to include in your meals can make -- or break -- your cholesterol-lowering diet. This article will help you to select healthier grains for your diet.
Barley is a whole grain that has been shown to have many healthy benefits -- including lowering cholesterol levels. Find out how much you need to consume to see the lipid-lowering benefits of barley, as well as ways you can add barley to your diet.
Oatmeal is made of ground oats that can be made into a variety of delicious foods. Some studies have also shown that oatmeal can help improve certain aspects of your cholesterol profile. Find out how oatmeal affects your cholesterol, and how much you need to consume for your heart health.