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Cholesterol Diet Chart

Cholesterol Diet Chart

We all hear this name a lot in our daily lives. People worry about it too much but do they actually understand what it is? Cholesterol is an organic molecule helping to retain structural fluidity in animal cells. It is because of these that people are able to change shape, grow, etc. But, when it increases more than necessary, problems come up where a patient starts having heart problems, etc. So, a proper diet is required to keep cholesterol under control.

Vegetarian Diet:

 Early morning 

 Breakfast 

 One apple or pear 

 

 2 slices of bread with little low fat butter or one bowl of whole wheat cereal and a glass of milk.

 Brunch

 One spinach and corn sandwich.

 Lunch

 2  chapattis, one green leafy sabzi, one katori dal, one katori curd, and raw vegetable salad with lemon squeeze or one plate brown rice with dal and curd.

 Evening Meal

 One cup tea with 2 biscuits

 Dinner

 2 chapattis, one green leafy sabzi, one katori dal and one katori curd. Some raw vegetable salad.

Non-vegetarian Diet:

 Early morning 

 

 Breakfast

 3 egg whites. 

 

 Tuna sandwich with yoghurt and a glass of orange juice.

 Brunch

 One bowl Russian salad with egg white.

 Lunch

 Fish fried in olive oil with one cup yoghurt and raw vegetable salad.

 Evening Meal

 One Chicken breast sandwich.

 Dinner

 2 chapattis, shredded chicken with curd and one green sabzi.

The best and worst foods for your typhoid:

The best foods are – fruits, vegetable salads, fish, and other high-fibre foods.

The worst ones are – oily and fried foods, red meat, spicy foods, fatty foods, etc.

Cholesterol increase would not kill a person instantly, but it would create a chronic disorder in the body including high blood pressure, increase in stroke risks, etc. People who want to avoid it should go for such a diet plan.