| Issue Date: January 24, 2010
Beat the "bad" cholesterol
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To maintain a healthy low level of LDL (bad) cholesterol, eat foods that decrease artery-clogging LDL particles. Try beans, oats, whole grains, soy, fatty fish and citrus; they all deliver soluble fiber. Also, cut out foods that enhance the particles, such as red meat, dairy products and margarine, which contain saturated and trans fats.