Foods high in unsaturated fats can keep control of cholesterol levels. These foods are avocado, olive, nuts, fatty fish, oils, etc.
A mechanical soft diet includes all foods that are rich in protein, carbohydrates, fats (unsaturated), fibre and vitamins & minerals along with at least eight glasses of water. The foods should be just easy to swallow and chew such as Soy, Milk, Bean puree, Nut butter, Fish, Skins of fruits and vegetables, Olives, Yoghurt, Liquids, etc. Also, avoid eating frozen or hard fruits, hard loaves of bread, junk food, etc.
Are you someone with a history of bad cholesterol and your doctor probably recommended you to keep your hands off cheese? If your answer is ‘yes’, then worry not. By this time, you must have realised avoiding cheese is not all that easy. After all, how can it be? Everyone loves the heavenly taste of sinful cheese. But what really makes it so sinful? And is all cheese equally bad? This post will give you all the answers of finding the best low cholesterol cheese shortly after we talk about fats and their link to cholesterol.
We often associate a stigma around the word ‘fat’ whenever we hear it. This stigma further stops people from having moderate fat diets that can, in fact, have good effects on health. Different types of fats are good and bad for our health. However, to know about them, first, we have to understand what a ‘fat' is and how important it is for our body.