18 Foods That Can Raise Your Cholesterol To Dangerous Levels



From egg yolk, cheeseburgers, mashed potatoes, red meat to applesauce and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
Egg Yolk – 00:36
Meat Liver – 01:17
Ice Cream – 01:43
Butter – 02:02
Alfredo Sauce – 02:22
Fried Chicken – 02:43
Coconut Oil – 03:13
Macaroni and cheese – 03:43
Red Meat – 04:13
Shrimp And Squid – 04:37
Mashed Potatoes – 05:08
Store-bought baked goods – 05:30
Applesauce – 06:12
Processed Meats – 06:36
Cheeseburger – 06:59
Packaged Snacks – 07:24
Refined Grain Products – 07:53
Alcohol – 08:11

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Summary:
1. Egg Yolk: Egg yolks have one of the highest levels of cholesterol of any food with 1234 milligram per 100 gram serving or a whopping 411 percent of the daily value . A single yolk will provide 210 milligrams of cholesterol, while a whole provides slightly more with 212 milligrams. So, almost all the cholesterol is concentrated in the yolk.

2. Meat Liver: Cholesterol is produced by the liver, so dishes made using this body part tend to increase its levels. This organ from most meats can contain about 564 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams or 188 percent of the daily value. The recommended intake is no more than 300 milligrams of cholesterol for a healthy adult. Three ounces of cooked beef liver will give you 331 milligram of cholesterol.

3. Ice Cream: Did you know that a single cup of ice cream has more fat than a hamburger and more cholesterol than 10 glazed doughnuts? Skip the scoop and try a cup of fresh fruit for dessert instead. Fruits are low in calories and high in fiber, vitamins, and nutrients you really need — making it one of the best things you can eat for lower cholesterol.

4. Butter: Since dairy fat is mostly saturated fat, its byproduct, butter, is even higher in the fatty acid. It should be eaten in moderation to allow for healthier fat to fit into your diet. That means swap it out for healthier oils, like olive and walnut. Or use nut butter on your morning toast, over that butter and jam.

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