Cholesterol Learning Center
What are plant sterols?
Small amounts of plant sterols are in the foods we eat every day, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, and vegetable oils. Read more about how supplementing your diet with plant sterols can help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering blood cholesterol levels.*
Why cooking can have a big impact on your health
Many experts agree that one of the most powerful things you can do to improve your diet is (drumroll)… Learn to cook. Sounds crazy, right? But research has shown that people who cook at home more often, using mostly fresh ingredients, end up eating healthier diets. One expert explains why.
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