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Bad Cholesterol: Foods That You Should Not Consume Regularly to Avoid Hurting Yourself

Cholesterol, or LDL cholesterol to use the more common abbreviation, is an unhealthy fat that should be avoided. The reason for this is that having high levels of bad cholesterol in the body increases the likelihood that you may develop a variety of serious health issues, some of which may be fatal.

The unfortunate truth, however, is that many of the foods we eat, especially in this region, are quite high in cholesterol. In light of a recent article posted on Cleveland Clinic's website, we'll take a look at some of the things you should cut out of your diet altogether. Relax and take in this article while you get some valuable knowledge.

What are some examples of foods that are high in cholesterol and should be avoided?

According to healthline To start, there's red meat, which has been linked to an increased risk of harmful cholesterol building in the blood. This is because red meat contains saturated fats, which have been linked to an increased risk of cholesterol buildup, which in turn increases the chance of a stroke and other health problems.

Second, it's not a good idea to regularly eat high-fat dairy products like whole milk, butter, full-fat yogurt, and cheese. The reason is that despite their delicious flavor, eating too much of these foods too often puts you at risk for cholesterol buildup and the health problems associated with high cholesterol.

3. Artificial foods is a common term for baked goods and sweets, and for good reason. This is because most baked goods are heavy in saturated fats, which can lead to cholesterol buildup and an increased risk of numerous problems that are caused by high levels of bad cholesterol.

Have you ever pondered the reasoning behind the recommendation or preference of cooked foods over fried ones? The reason for this is because the cholesterol content of fried foods is inherently higher than that of boiled dishes.

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