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I have high cholesterol, what plan is best for me?

Category: Special Dietary Needs

Both the 1200-calorie and 1600-calorie Traditional Low-Fat meal plan follows the American Diabetes Association, American Cancer Society and US Department of Agriculture’s guidelines for cholesterol, sodium and fat.

Both our Traditional Low-Fat and Vegetarian Low-Fat meal plans have the proper balance of nutrition, ensuring that you are able to eat healthy and learn about proper portion-sizes to combat your high cholesterol.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “Carrying some extra pounds — even just a few — contributes to high cholesterol. Losing as little as 5 to 10 percent of your body weight can help significantly reduce cholesterol levels.”

Diet-to-Go is a calorie-controlled meal plan that can help you lose up to 2 pounds per week. Find out your calorie requirement here.


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Diet-to-Go: It’s All About the Food
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5 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Heart Attack
Eating Smarter for a Healthier Heart: 7 Questions with Robert Leighton
Heart Disease: The Bad News, the Good News




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