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Limit These 7 Foods If You Have High Cholesterol

Saturated fats

 Butter, cheese, cream, and fatty foods contain saturated fats. Cutting less on these items can help reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol.

Trans fats

 Fried, baked, and snack foods have trans fats. They have been shown to increase "bad" LDL cholesterol while decreasing "good" HDL cholesterol.

Fried foods

 Saturated and trans fats in fried foods can raise cholesterol. Instead, opt for grilled or baked dishes.


Processed meats

Bacon, sausage, and hot dogs are high in cholesterol and saturated fat. Eat less of these or switch to something leaner, like turkey or chicken.

High-fat dairy

 Cheese, cream, and whole milk are high in saturated fat. Instead, opt for low- or no-fat dairy products.

Sugary foods and drinks

can cause weight gain and high cholesterol. Reduce your intake of sugary foods and drinks and replace them with water or unsweetened alternatives.

Refined grains

White bread and pasta elevate triglycerides, which can raise cholesterol. Instead, choose for foods made with entire grains.


Excessive alcohol consumption is associated with elevated triglyceride and cholesterol levels. If you can help it, try to cut back on or abstain from alcohol.

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