A food cholesterol chart shows the amount of cholesterol found in one serving of a particular food, according to UCSF Medical Center. Individuals use the chart to calculate the amount of cholesterol contained in the food... More »

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Charts of cholesterol levels are available from National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. The site offers two charts, one covering total cholesterol levels and another listing LDL cho... More »

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To read a cholesterol chart, take your results from a specific test — total, LDL or HDL — and find the appropriate range for that test in the left-hand column, according to MedlinePlus. Then look in the right-hand column... More »

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Several websites linked to low-carbohydrate diet programs provide lists or charts of the carbohydrate content of various fruits, including Lasting-Weight-Loss.com and FatSecret.com. LowCarbediem.com carries copies of the... More »

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Determine whether a specific food is nutritious based on the amount of fat, cholesterol, sodium and vitamins it contains. The Federal Drug Administration names the most nutritious foods as those that are high in dietary ... More »

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Bacon is not a healthy food due to its high saturated fat content and the harmful chemicals that are created by processing the meat, notes WebMD. Bacon contains nitrates and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which are be... More »

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Determine the potassium content of particular foods by searching for the food in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Nutrient Database. Alternatively, find a list of foods and their potassium content on Drugs.c... More »

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