High cholesterol: The best cooking oils to help improve your levels – and what to avoid

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When it comes to foods which highly benefit cholesterol levels, Heart UK recommends fishy oil.

“Oily fish is also a good source of healthy unsaturated fats, specifically omega-3 fats,” it said.

“Aim to eat two portions of fish per week. At least one of which should be oily.

“A portion is 140g, but you could have two or three smaller portions throughout the week.

“Tinned, frozen or fresh all count e.g., salmon, sardines, pilchards, trout, herring and mackerel.”



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