27 July 2014 10:00
15 ways to zap cholesterol

What to eat - and avoid - to cut your risk of heart disease



Porridge oats and various foods (© Multiple sources)
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  • High fibre foods including bread (© Philip Wilkins/Getty Images)
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Is your cholesterol higher than your doctor would like? The good news is that with a few lifestyle changes – and taking medication if necessary – you can significantly reduce your cholesterol in just six weeks. Even if your cholesterol levels are fine now, they tend to rise as we get older, so following these tips can help cut your risk of heart disease in future.

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