There’s good cholesterol and bad – but do you know the difference? Here are some helpful hints and facts to help you distinguish the two.

Dr. Oz’s Cholesterol Facts:

  1. Ideally, your low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels should be under 100 mg/DL.
  2. The liver produces cholesterol, therefore you want to eat foods that keep it healthy and avoid foods like white bread that contain bleached flour.
  3. Foods that help cholesterol: monosaturated fats & soluble fiber.
  4. Foods that hurt cholesterol: Whole milk, peanut butter, liver, dark chicken meat.

We all love a good cup of coffee to wake us up in the morning. But that routine drink may be doing good things for your health. Turns out, drinking coffee could help you do three big things: burn fat, lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, and boost your mood. Watch the video below to see how, plus three ways to spice up your coffee with adding calories!