Our bodies naturally produce cholesterol. The amount is dependent on genetics. It's not inherently bad. You need cholesterol for various bodily functions. However, too much cholesterol can be unhealthy. The American Heart Association established a range for your daily intake:
Less than 200 mg/dL is considered healthy.
200 to 239...
Top 10 Diet Tips
Eat a diet full of color
Fruits and vegetables are packed with ﬁber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and are very low in calories. They help keep you satisﬁed longer, and are a great snack and can be eaten with every meal.
Eat regular meals
Eating meals throughout the day will help keep your metabolism stable as well as burn-ing...
Canned pumpkin is a pantry must have. Low fat, high in fiber and beta carotene, its flavor makes any meal seem special. Easy to make with ingredients on hand, and suitable for a myriad of diets, including diabetic and vegetarian!
You'd be surprised how delicious sweet potato french fries can be. Sweet potatoes are packed with important nutrients, and this baked variety seasoned with Parmesan, Paprika and cracked black pepper will more than satisfy your craving for the old greasy french fries.