In order to lower cholesterol, avoid these 10 foods.

The high caloric content of many fried foods may have a role in the epidemic of obesity. The risk of high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease is linked to obesity.

High quantities of saturated and trans fats, found in foods like deli meats, sausages, hot dogs, and bacon, have been linked to an increase in LDL (bad) cholesterol. 

Saturated fats, found in foods like whole milk, cream, butter, and cheese, have been linked to an increase in cholesterol. The liver's LDL cholesterol synthesis may go up after consuming saturated fats.

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Burgers from fast food restaurants often contain unhealthy amounts of saturated and trans fats. Common toppings include cheese, bacon, mayonnaise, and a variety of specialist sauces.

Saturated fats are present in butter and other animal products and are solid at room temperature. Hydrogenation of vegetable oils produces the spread known as "margarine.

Trans fats and high quantities of saturated fats are common in commercially baked foods such pastries, cookies, and cakes. They typically call for enormous amounts of fats like butter and shortening.

Ice cream has a very high concentration of saturated fats. Because of this, moderation in its use is highly recommended.

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