Fortified foods aim to lower cholesterol

10/11/2005 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Diet changes and consuming foods fortified with plant additives can lower LDL levels by 25%, which is close to what prescription drugs can do, a professor of dietetics and human nutrition says. Doctors warn however, if a person has healthy cholesterol levels, stanols- and sterols-fortified foods should be avoided.

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