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High cholesterol: The drink with ‘antioxidant potency’ shown to lower cholesterol markers

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The NHS has tips on how to lower cholesterol.

Eating food that doesn’t contain high levels of saturated fat is on their list.

Information how much saturated fat is in your food is available on the packaging.

Furthermore, eating less meat pies, sausages, fatty meat, butter, lard, ghee, cream, hard cheese, and biscuits are suggested as foods to avoid if you’re aiming to lower your cholesterol.

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