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Tips on Including Meat in Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet

No one said that you had to completely eliminate meat from your cholesterol-lowering diet. With these helpful tips, you can include meat in your diet -- without it having a significant impact on your cholesterol.

Including Meat in Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet: Can It Be Done?
Just because you're following a cholesterol-lowering diet, it doesn't mean that you have to completely exclude meat from your meals. However, you may have to closely watch the types of meats you consume. This article will show you how meat raises cholesterol and how to safely include it in your heart-healthy diet.

Do I Have to Stop Eating Meat if I Have High Cholesterol?
So, you've just been diagnosed with high cholesterol...does that mean you have to stop eating meat completely? Yes and no. This article will give you the specifics on eating meat when you're following a cholesterol-lowering diet.

Tips For Eating Meat On a Low-Fat Diet
These tips for eating meat on a low fat diet will help you to select the right types of meat to eat without ruining your low fat diet.

Food Swaps: Meat and Meat Substitutes
Do you want to include meat in your diet, but need a little help in selecting meats that won't increase your cholesterol levels? This article will teach you how to switch from fatty meats to healthier, leaner meats and meat substitutes for your cholesterol-lowering diet.

What Does the Word "Lean" Mean About the Meat I Consume?
Consuming lean meat is a good way to help keep your cholesterol levels within normal range and to obtain protein, but what does the word "lean" actually mean?

Eggs Beat the "Bad For Your Cholesterol" Reputation
The nutrient-rich egg has restored its reputation since the American Heart Association increased its daily consumption.

Turkey Tips for Your Low-Cholesterol Diet
This article provides turkey preparation suggestions and recipes for a cholesterol-lowering diet.

One Pot Recipes: Low-Cholesterol Meat and Poultry Stews
Nothing tastes more delicious than a warm, hearty stew on a cold, winter day. Try some of these easy, cholesterol-friendly, one pot recipes for your next meal.

How Are You Including Meat in Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet?
Are you including meat in your cholesterol-lowering diet? If so, tell us how you are doing it!

Five Tips for a Low-Cholesterol Barbecue
When you think of barbecues, you may think of greasy meats that are off-limits if you are following a cholesterol-lowering diet. But barbecues don't have to be unhealthy. Just follow these top tips for a delicious, cholesterol-friendly, meal.

Ways to Add Chicken to a Healthy Diet
This article features chicken recipes for your low-cholesterol diet.

Eating Meat and Your Cholesterol-Friendly Diet
This article explains how you can still enjoy meat on a cholesterol-friendly diet.

Tips for Including Poultry in Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet
There are many ways to incorporate poultry into your cholesterol-lowering diet. Try some of these healthy tips that will ensure that you will have a cholesterol-friendly, delicious dish containing poultry.

Meat Substitutes to Include in Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet
Meat substitutes can be an important -- low fat -- alternative to red meat in your cholesterol lowering diet. Try these healthy tips and recipes that help you to incorporate meat substitutes into your diet.

Best Practices: How to Select Deli Meats for Your Cholesterol-Lowering Diet
Deli meat can be a delicious part of a sandwich or wrap -- but if you're following a cholesterol-lowering diet, too many slices could mean increased fat and cholesterol introduced into your diet. Try these healthy tips on how to select deli meats for your healthy diet.

Ways to Include Your Turkey Leftovers into Your Favorite, Healthy Foods
Having leftover turkey doesn't mean you have to waste it. Try these healthy tips on how to include turkey leftovers in your everyday meals.

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