Pad Thai Noodles Cup (6×2 Oz )

$18.99

Pad Thai Noodles by Dr. McDougall’s  is organic and Gluten-Free (6×2 Oz )

Most noteworthy, this tasty Pad Thai Noodles is made with gluten free rice noodles and a delicious blend of fragrant spices. Also, it is low in calories, with just enough salt, and without the extra fat for healthy soup.

Moreover, Dr. McDougall’s right foods are always natural, heart healthy and vegan. Thus, they meet guidelines for heart healthy foods low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol. Enjoy this Thai flavored soup either as light snack or as complement to green leafy salad!

If you love this Thai soup, you will love another Asian soup that is healthy and tasty, try it here!

Keep an eye on your Cholesterol Intake

Increasingly larger numbers of people suffer from heart disease as a consequence of high blood cholesterol levels. There are many factors that enable the accumulation of cholesterol inside the organism, but the major cause is unhealthy diet. Unhealthy diet and bad eating habits can considerably increase blood cholesterol levels.

When in excess, cholesterol enters the bloodstream and deposits in different places inside the body. Cholesterol can form plaque inside arteries by adhering to the inner arterial walls, causing blockage. If cholesterol deposits inside the coronary arteries (heart arteries), there is a very high risk of heart disease.

A healthy diet and appropriate exercise are vital in reducing blood cholesterol levels. It is very important to eat properly, as high cholesterol food can quickly increase blood cholesterol levels. You should consume only low cholesterol foods and products that contain unsaturated fat.

Low cholesterol foods should replace foods that contain high quantities of cholesterol and saturated fat. Also, sweets contain simple carbohydrates which increase body fat deposits and facilitate the accumulation of body cholesterol.

Eat Healthy, Balanced Diet

You should note that only foods of animal origin contain cholesterol, while vegetable foods are cholesterol free. Although vegetables and fruits contain fat, they actually don’t have any cholesterol. Low cholesterol foods also contain less saturated fat and therefore they are a lot healthier for the organism.

It is very difficult to follow a diet based only on fruits and vegetables. To diversify your diet, you can consume low cholesterol foods such as: egg whites, lean meat, fish, chicken. Other low cholesterol foods are skim milk low-fat yogurt, beans, legumes, tofu, and plant-based foods. You should avoid eating fried foods, as they are very unhealthy. Bake or boil low cholesterol foods and eat plenty of vegetable soups. Hence, your diet should be based mainly on healthy, cholesterol free or low cholesterol foods.

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