Vegetables are an important part of any healthy diet, but when it comes to lowering lipid profiles, typically low-fat vegetables are particularly important. Fiber is also a vital part of preventing and treating hyperlipidemia, given that dietary fiber can rebalance cholesterol levels and improve nutrient uptake efficiency. Some of the best vegetables for the treatment of hyperlipidemia include cruciferous vegetables, like spinach and kale, as well as broccoli, lima beans, brussels sprouts and chickpeas.
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