Cholesterol lowering diet

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Yow Hui Yin,
BPharm, PhD, RPh

High cholesterol is known to cause many deadly diseases such as heart attacks. With our current lifestyle, our cholesterol levels are often too high. So what kind of diet would be helpful in reducing or lowering cholesterol?

Always remember that ‘You are what you eat’. The diet that you consumed will change your health. Therefore, eat wisely to stay healthy.

 

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