Dr. Deborah Lee reminded us that the risk of developing cardiovascular disease depends on the level of cholesterol in the blood.
British doctor Deborah Lee has named three foods that can quickly reduce blood cholesterol levels and, as a result, the risk of heart and vascular disease.
Lee advised replacing saturated fats with unsaturated ones. To do this, you can include nuts, olive and sesame oil, redfish, legumes, and poultry in your diet.
The second cholesterol control agent is fiber.
“Choose unrefined whole-grain foods with a high fiber content, such as black and whole-grain bread, brown rice, and unpeeled pasta,” said Lee.
In addition, to reduce cholesterol levels, the doctor recommended eating foods enriched with stanols and sterols, such as milk, yogurt, and spreads.
“If you take 1.2 to 2.4 grams per day, it can reduce your cholesterol by ten percent,” explained Lee.
The doctor added that the use of such products is intended to complement drug treatments for cholesterol.