Making lifestyle changes can be challenging, so set small goals for yourself at first. It may help to talk with a dietitian about meal planning, and to keep a diary of the foods you eat. You can do that in the downloadable food diary on this page. Limit these … Eat more of these … Whole-fat dairy products, including cream, butter, whole milk, cheese, and ice cream 8 A variety of deeply colored fruits and vegetables—several servings per day Egg yolks A variety of fiber-rich grain products, including whole-grain bread, cereal, pasta, and brown rice—6 to 8 servings per day, with at least half of those servings being whole grain High-fat processed meats, such as hot dogs, salami, bologna, and sausage Fish, baked or grilled—at least 2 servings per week Bakery goods that have been made with egg yolks, saturated fats, and trans fats Unsaturated vegetable oils, including canola oil, corn oil, olive oil, or safflower oil; limit tub or liquid unsalted margarines and spreads made from them Organ meats (liver, kidney, brain, sweetbreads) Lean meats and poultry without the skin, up to 5 to 6 total ounces per day (about the size of your fist) Meat from ducks or geese that have been raised for market Nuts, seeds, and legumes (dried beans or peas), 4 to 5 servings per week My Food Diary Making lifestyle changes can be challenging, so set small goals for yourself at first. It may help to talk with a dietitian about meal planning, and to keep a diary of the foods you eat. © 2016 ABC and StayWel . All rights reserved. A PATIENT RESOURCE GUIDE Living With Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH) P1161_ABC_Pfizer_Living with FH_GTG.indd 1 10/20/16 8:44 PM Date Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks My Food Diary Click here to download and print this helpful tool to help you track the foods you eat.
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