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.

The Dos & Don'ts of Taking Multiple Vitamins and Supplements

When it comes to combining supplements, it pays to know which may block each other from doing their good work and which may amplify their effects.

When it comes to combining vitamins, it pays to know which may block each other from doing their good work and which may amplify their effects.

Fat-Soluble Vitamins: A, D E, and K

Absorption is improved if you take fat-soluble vitamins with a meal containing healthy fats. One study found taking D with your largest meal of the day increases your blood level by 50%.

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