Dr Oz: Foods To Lower Cholesterol
Doctor Oz says 100 million Americans have high cholesterol. Don’t let yourself be in this huge group of people! Certain foods can help you lower your cholesterol levels and Dr Oz showed you which ones by playing the Family Feud game with the Dube family and the Walker Family. Read on to find out who won.
Family Feud Category: Top Foods In Each Cholesterol Lowering Family
Dr Oz: Fiber Lowers Cholesterol
Highest fiber food- The Walker family buzzed in first and picked lentils, which was the number one answer. Next, they picked peas. It’s second on the list. The Walkers’ next pick? Pears- it’s 4th on the list. Doctor Oz says pears contain 4-5 grams of fiber per serving. The next pick was berries, which was the 3rd answer. The Walkers got all of the answers correct!
Dr Oz: Omega 3 Fatty Acid Foods
This time Dr Oz goes to the Dube family. Their first pick was flaxseed. It’s number 1 on the list. Dr Oz suggested putting flaxseed in oatmeal or smoothies for a delicious treat. The Dube family’s next pick: soybeans. It’s the 3rd answer, they’re still in the game. Their next pick was walnuts, which was the second answer. They had one more If they get this, they’ll get a 100 percent score for the game. (No pressure there.) They picked cauliflower. Were they right? Yup, cauliflower was the 4th answer. Doctor Oz suggested mashed cauliflower instead of mashed potatoes.
They got 100 percent perfect score!
Tie break question: What is the highest number we (doctors) are comfortable with for lousy LDL cholesterol levels?
Dube family answered: 60
Walker family answered: 130 for the normal person
The answer: ideal LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) should be below 100. Walker family wins!! Side note: the healthy number should be above 50.