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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Will chocolate increase cholesterol level ?

I was put on atocor for high cholesterol 432 level, my height is 5.3" and weight is 162lbs. tryglycerides are at 839 levels, i have now quit smoking also from 6 months and for that i have started sugar and chocolate, is this causing persistent high cholesterol as i have stopped the consumption of fat and non vegeterian items, is there any thing that chocolate incerase the cholesterol
Fri, 16 Oct 2009
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  User's Response
yes choclates will defnetly increase ur cholesterol..its better to avoid choclates and sweets...and alchjohol also increases ur cholestertol..its better if u avoid alchohol also..
  User's Response
dude avoid oil, butter, non-veg, alcohol. eat more green vegetables. you shd maintain this in the range of 200-210.
  User's Response
Good advices, please list out more advices, foods to be eaten, foods to be avoided. I think the values should be below 200,
  User's Response
Avoid fried foods, bakery products like pizzas, puffs. Use olive oil for cooking.void outside food they will contain more fatty substance
  Anonymous's Response

Chocolate is a milk product so it contains more of fats. So it is better to avoid it.

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