High Cholesterol

Discover how to lower your bad cholesterol levels (and boost good cholesterol!) by changing what you eat.
Surely, you’ve read and heard a lot about cholesterol: Some cereals claim to lower it, some labels declare the food inside to be free of it, and you or a family member may have been warned that you have too much of it — then again, you may have been told you don’t have enough of it (the good kind, that is). But where does cholesterol come from, and more importantly, how do you get keep your numbers healthy? You've come to the right place!
Learn the Basics of Cholesterol
How Food Affects Cholesterol
Get a personal Food Cure for High Cholesterol
What causes high cholesterol? More specifically, what causes your high cholesterol? Find out — take this quiz!
What Is Cholesterol, and How Does Food Affect It?
Many people diagnosed with high cholesterol can improve their health with nutrition.
Learn how to start lowering your cholesterol.
Using Food to Lower High Cholesterol
The majority of people diagnosed with high cholesterol can improve their health by following a cholesterol-busting nutrition program.
A Cholesterol-Lowering Diet - Plus Statins
Should you change your diet once your doctor prescribes statin medication?
Read about how statins affect your diet.
Improving Your HDL-Cholesterol Numbers
What foods and supplements are best for raising your level of HDL ("good") cholesterol?
Learn what can raise your HDL levels.
Supplements and Cholesterol
Do supplements that claim to lower your cholesterol really work?
Discover the truth about supplements.
6 Foods That Lower Cholesterol
These six foods have been shown to lower cholesterol — and satisfy your stomach! Learn which foods lower cholesterol
Lower Your Cholesterol: 7 Changes You Can Make Today
These simple tips can improve your cholesterol — and boost your overall health. Discover 7 smart changes you can make.
Control Your Cholesterol: 4 Supplements to Consider
Are you trying to get your cholesterol under control and considering supplements?Boost your heart health with supplements