Breakfast Habits to Lower Cholesterol

Eat healthier fats

According to D'Angelo, choosing the right type of fat to eat in the morning can have a large impact on your cholesterol levels

Try to limit in dairy products, baked goods, and processed foods-because too much of it can raise your low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol

Eat more soluble fiber

Soluble fiber, like that found in oatmeal, reduces the absorption of cholesterol in your body, with studies showing that just 5 to 10 grams 

Starting your day out with enough fiber, especially soluble fiber, will help your cholesterol levels

Eat omega-3 fatty acids

D'Angelo also mentions that consuming omega-3 fatty acids may indirectly affect your LDL cholesterol levels since it's impacted by overall health and diet

These fatty acids can reduce your triglycerides, which is a type of fat found in blood, as well as help to reduce your blood pressure levels

Eat whey protein

Protein, taken as a supplement, has shown to lower both LDL and total cholesterol levels, as well as lower blood pressure

My favorite way to take whey protein in the morning is to add it to my oatmeal and add berries to have more fiber as well.

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