[READ]12 Food to Eat to Lower Cholesterol


While not strictly food, tea still counts because it’s leaps and bounds ahead of some other foods regarding being able to lower your cholesterol. Aside from being beneficial for reducing LDL, however, tea – both black and green – have other perks as well.

They help keep your blood pressure healthy, reduce inflammation, and even improve your cardiometabolic health as well. It might be time to stock up on tea bags and tea leaves to reap the many rewards on offer!