Cholesterol Control

Cholesterol molecules are generally obtained from food, however they can also be produced endogenously. There are many different factors that can lead to a cholesterol increase, such as obesity, genetics, sedentarianism, exposure to tobacco smoke or the consumption of foods rich in saturated fats. Typical cholesterol-rich foods, which should be consumed in moderation, are seafood, animal fats, pastry products, cookies, (whipped) cream, red meat, cheese, and bacon.

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