Reducing Coronary Disease and Bad Cholesterol
Things to eat:
Oat meal and oat products.
Walnuts, Almonds, Cashews, Macadamia Nuts (dry roasted and unsalted)
Natural peanut butter (not homogenized). Dry roasted peanuts are also somewhat beneficial.
Dark (semi-sweet) cocoa based chocolate (done in moderation).
Red wine (done in moderation).
Fish (poached or broiled).
Vitamin supplements with extra E, Niacin and other B vitamins.
Things not to eat or to limit:
Chicken with skin, fried chicken, dark meat chicken.
Homogenized peanut butter.
Whole milk (skim or low fat should be substituted).
Stick margarine (butter is actually a better choice, but only in moderation), lard and shortening.
Packaged cakes and pastries.
Egg yolks (limit yourself to a maximum of 4 a week).
Flour or corn totillas.
Things you should do:
At least one hour of aerobically oriented exercise each day. A standard PE school workout is just fine!