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The Best Foods for Lowering Your Cholesterol, According to a Nutritionist

Good Housekeeping Logo By Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN, Good Housekeeping Institute, Caroline Picard of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 37: Nearly one in three Americans has high cholesterol, a condition that ups your risk for heart disease and stroke but has no signs or symptoms. Scary, right? Thankfully, adding more veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds,  fish, and whole grains to your diet can help lower your levels and reduce plaque buildup. Try these heart-healthy foods for the best nutrition-based benefits.

Nearly one in three Americans has high cholesterol, a condition that ups your risk for heart disease and stroke but has no signs or symptoms. Scary, right? Thankfully, adding more veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds, fish, and whole grains to your diet can help lower your levels and reduce plaque buildup. Try these heart-healthy foods for the best nutrition-based benefits.

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