5 Tips On Low Cholesterol Cooking

High blood cholesterol? Do not take cholesterol-lowering drugs because these drugs can make energy-depleted and disrupted sex life. Try to be more careful to choose foods that can lower cholesterol levels. There are several  tips on low cholesterol cooking.


In order to control the amount of fat intake, should be started from the processing or cooking. Noteworthy is the reduction in consumption of saturated fats trigger a rise in blood cholesterol (LDL). Here are low cholesterol recipe you can try:

1. Use Less Fat
If it is mentioned in the recipe must use 50 g butter or vegetable oil, use only half the dose. To add to the taste, half the dose can be replaced with a more healthy applesauce. Also use more seasoning. Such as garlic, onions, erah, various dried and fresh herbs can make a delicious and tasty food without the extra saturated fat. Try the sauteed chicken with broccoli basil or sprinkle with toasted almonds are healthier.

2. Use Lean Meat
Fat in beef is a type of saturated fat should be limited. Therefore if you have to use beef, choose the tenderloin has nonfat or meat, tender and delicious fast. Several choices of meat substitutes that are not less delicious:
  • Fish or shellfish
  • Chicken meat, without fat and skin
  • Sheep meat without fat
  • Rabbit meat
Limit consumption of meat is not more than 180 grams a day.

3. Low-Fat Cooking
Many healthy cooking methods that can be done, include:
  • Roasted, grilled, steamed, stir-fry with a little oil
  • use a nonstick pan coated materials
  • use a little vegetable oil instead of butter
  • discard excess fat that looks at cuts of beef or chicken
  • drain after cooking meat or chicken, so that the fat is melted completely dripping
  • discard skin and fat on the chicken, before processing
  • Thicken sauce with cornstarch solution as a substitute for milk or cream
4. Expand servings of vegetables
Several times a week, replace animal protein with vegetable protein such as tofu, beans, lentils, or legumes. Do it gradually so that your appetite can adapt to the taste of vegetable protein. Then begin to replace meat with fish. Add more vegetable servings at each meal.

5. Avoid packaged foods
Own cooked food tastes much better. Therefore, avoid packaged foods or preserved or instant food. Try to make a dish that is easy and practical. Many cookbooks provide a practical guide to healthy cooking. Shorter cooking, it tastes better and costs less too.


1 comments:

David Wells said...

High cholesterol is a rampant problem. Reading through your post has inspired me to adopt these cooking methods. Superb article by the way. Thanks for sharing.

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