A low cholesterol diet provides for the following foods to be allowed and avoided:-
FOODS TO AVOID
Sausages, hamburgers, pies, mince, chicken skin and legs, pizza, offal (liver, kidneys, tripe), roast meats (particularly surface), game meat, lamb chops, calamari, prawns, milk chocolate, eggs and egg products, oysters, and all dairy products (cream, milk, butter, yoghurt, cheese, custard).
Despite a strict diet, there are still some people who cannot keep their cholesterol levels under control. They will require further lifelong medical management by the regular use of medications (hypolipidaemics) that are designed to lower the level of fat in the blood. These are prescribed by a doctor only when necessary and include atorvastatin, cholestyramine, colestipol, ezetimibe, fluvastatin, gemfibrizol, nicotinic acid, pravastatin, probucol and simvastatin.