High cholesterol: The 79p food which could ‘significantly’ lower bad cholesterol


Penny Kris-Etherton, who is a professor of nutrition, said: “Oxidation is not good, so if you can help protect the body through the foods that you eat, that could be very beneficial.

“Consequently, people should consider adding avocados to their diet in a healthy way, like on whole-wheat toast or as a veggie dip.”

The researchers added that it is “likely” that avocados have additional bioactives which can contribute to the cholesterol reduction and health benefits.

They suggested this because the moderate-fat diet without avocados included the same monounsaturated fatty acids as those found in the green fruit.



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