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    Foods That Help Lower Your Cholesterol

    When people with high cholesterol added soy protein, nuts, viscous fibers, and plant sterols to their diets for longer than six months, their LDL cholesterol levels decreased. Substituting soy-based foods for meat and eating a handful of nuts each day seems fairly straightforward, but where do you find foods rich in viscous fiber and plant sterols?

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