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Cholesterol Free Food Labels

Food Label Glossary

In order to call a food item “cholesterol free” it needs to have less than 2 mg per labeled serving. You may have heard that eggs and shellfish are high in cholesterol – and you’re right. But consider the big picture. Whole eggs have vitamin D and choline as well as protein. Shellfish like shrimp are high in healthy protein and low in saturated fat (which clogs arteries and raises total cholesterol). Learn more about the 5 Foods that Lower Cholesterol.

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