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It is this compound that has the cholesterol-lowering effect.On the supermarket shelves you may have noticed the yoghurt shots, margarine-like spreads and other fortified foods that claim to ‘actively lower your cholesterol’.They expect me to put them on a low-fat diet – but that doesn’t work. Of course you can have an egg, lean meat and some cheese, but as ever moderation is the key.
Soya milk, tofu – which is made from soya milk – soya beans (often called edamame), yoghurt, ice cream and cheese made from soya milk are all available from most supermarkets.
‘I would much rather you “wasted” a doctor’s time and took a chance on feeling a fool than ignored a potentially life-threatening heart attack.
All women should take care of their heart health, and that starts with knowing your numbers.’ According to Dr Corr each of us should be aware of our blood pressure, cholesterol levels and risk of heart disease, all of which are affected by genetic predisposition, diabetes, smoking, lack of exercise and obesity.
While soya has cholesterol-reducing properties, it is also naturally low in saturated fat and a great source of protein. Almonds, brazils, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pistachios and walnuts are brilliantly versatile, rich in fibre and unsaturated fats, and have a beneficial effect on health.
They also boost ‘good’ lipoproteins in the blood and reduce bad ones. These contain a specific soluble fibre called beta-glucan, also found in lesser amounts in barley, some yeasts and algae as well as some exotic mushrooms such as shiitake and oyster.