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... Does avocado raise cholesterol? ... (1 replies)
... Avocado is said to lower cholesterol so you have no need to worry. In any case, the effect is no instantaneous. ... (1 replies)
... Hi...last July I had my cholesterol checked and it was 256. ... (6 replies)

... That could be the Achille's Heel difference between your diet and Ornish's. ... (15 replies)
... LDL cholesterol is 134. It should be below 100, so that's not good, but it's certainly not the worst I've heard of. Your HDL is too low, ideal is at least 60. ... (3 replies)
... Wow. I don't know about this diet. I can get behind no red meat or poultry, but not shunning fish. And I can get behind cutting out most oils but not olive and avocado. And no nuts? ... (32 replies)
... I am not here to promote avocado consumption or advise anyone to eat avocado. ... (3 replies)
... It also has a high fiber content. Most of the foods that I have looked at that claim to lower cholesterol are very high in fiber. Since fiber has helped me, then I would say there's a good chance that avacados would help also. ... (9 replies)
... contains 0.5 grams saturated fat. So a whole avocado would be about 3.5 to 5 grams saturated fat. ... (9 replies)
... Florida Avocado has 5. ... (9 replies)
... Avocado does have saturated fat as well as olive oil. (9 replies)
... The USDA nutrient database for "avocados, all commercial varieties" says that 100g of avocado has 14.66g of fat, of which 2. ... (1 replies)
... the overall fat content is very similar to olive oil. Of course there is no cholesterol as this is only in meat and dairy products, but it is also made by the body. ... (9 replies)
... From my understanding ,fat is what causes the gall bladder to dump it's contents of Bile. It then becomes imperitive that fiber to be present to carry the bile(cholesterol) out of our system. As far as I know, most of the foods that contain animal fat do not have any fiber and most of the non-animla sourses of fat are high in fiber, a****ados, nuts, etc. Rick (9 replies)
... I have been exploring the differences between low fat and high fat diets as they apply to my personal diet. ... (19 replies)
... There are many foods rich in plant sterols which are claimed to help cholesterol levels. These foods have also not been proven but at least they don't increase cholesterol and keep most away from dangerous medications with horrible side effects. Policosanol from Sugar Cane extract is highly effective. ... (14 replies)
... Foods from plant sources have negligible amounts of saturated fat and ALL are free of dietary cholesterol. ... (9 replies)
... less olive oil. This is evidence that the HDL drop may have been related at least in part to dietary changes. BTW, my brother just told me that his HDL was 80, and he attributes it to the prominent place Olive Oil has in his diet. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks VentureMan..I did take your advise and I'm having 1/2 avocado a day. I'm actually liking them!! :) At first I thought they were terrible, but having some everyday changed my taste buds for them. Cutting my carb's is a challenge for me, but I'm working hard at it. Thanks for all your advise. ;) (11 replies)
... I ran accross a avocado smoothie recipe that might interests you but I haven't tried it yet. ... (2 replies)

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