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Lowering cholesterol through diet - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi doc
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i want to ask if my cholestrol is high aroun 250 wat can i do to reduce it without medicines
Doctor :   You need to reduce overall weight and completely avoid fatty foods in your siet
User :   ok anything specific to eat which helps to reduce chol
Doctor :   Sunflower or safflower oil is good
User :   ok olive oil is gud enough?
User :   how bout eggs and meat ?? is it fine to have once in a while
Doctor :   Yes, olive oil is also a good substitute
User :   and kraft cheese
User :   ?
Doctor :   Better to avoid them for a while
User :   ok
Doctor :   Fish can be eaten as it lowers cholesterol
User :   ohhh
Doctor :   Walnuts and almonds reduce cholesterol
User :   ok
User :   fried fish or gravy
User :   how many walnits a day'
Doctor :   Orange juice and butter milk are also good
Doctor :   Fish gravy
Doctor :   Avoid fries
User :   ok
User :   ok
Doctor :   No more than a handful or
Doctor :   5o grams
User :   k
Doctor :   Eat baked foods instead of fries
Doctor :   Bake whatever foods you would otherwise fry

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