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Diets For People With High Cholesterol  
Diets for people with high cholesterol are easy to come by, either from one's physician, or by simply looking on the Internet where there are a number of sites that carry information on the subject. There are some guidelines that anyone with high cholesterol (LDL) should follow regarding their daily intake of food. Less than 7% of the day's total calories should come from saturated fat; 25-35% or less of the day's total calories from fat; less than 200 milligrams of dietary cholesterol a day; no more than 2400 milligrams of sodium per day; and just enough calories to achieve or maintain a healthy weight and reduce blood fat level.
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