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

Category: Special Dietary Needs

The 1,200-calorie and 1,600-calorie Balance and Vegetarian meal plans follow the guidelines of the American Diabetes Association, American Cancer Society and the US Department of Agriculture for cholesterol, sodium and fat.

Our Balance, Vegetarian, and Balance-Diabetes 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% 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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