Which drinks to avoid with high cholesterol?

High fat. Avoid drinks with high fat content such as dairy, like milk or shakes. Would also avoid extremely sweet drinks which can raise your triglycerides, a form of bad cholesterol. Good luck.

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What to do if I have high cholesterol please can you tell me what should I eat & drink?

Exercise and diet. Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco in any form and do not take any more than one drink on a given day. If this does not help you may need medication. Read more...

What alcohol can you drink when you have high cholesterol?

Moderate. For a normal healthy individual, the allowed intake is 20 gms ( 14 beers) per week for a male and 14 gms ( 7 beers) per week for a female, approximately. As long as you keep drinking in moderation ( what ever type), even though you have high cholesterol, you will be ok. Read more...
Most kinds. Again, how much drinking are we talking about? Alcohol is high calorie, and heavy drinking increases weight in many people, which in turn increases bad cholesterol. Beer has lots of carbs, and some liqueurs (like kahlua) have cholesterol and fat. 1-2 drinks per day may not be harmful and may even raise our good cholesterol, but higher doses elevate blood pressure, bad for general health as well. Read more...

I have extremely high cholesterol. Which alcohol is the safest for me to drink?

Cholesterol. No alcohol is safe but not contraindicated. Red wines has some support for cholesterol lowering. Read more...
It depends. Total cholesterol doesn't tell me enough. If your LDL or HDL is very high, then alcohol has little impact (in reasonable amounts). If it is the triglycerides that are high, then all/any alcohol is likely a problem. However, you should really talk to a clinical lipidologist (special cholesterol dr.) for help, visit www.Lipid.Org and look for a board certified lipidologist near you. Read more...
Alcohol? If u want a good answer , none . Eat fruit , vegetable and exersize. Read more...
Best would be none. There is some evidence that modest use of alcohol (2 drinks/day in men, 1/d in women) may lower the bad cholesterol, higher amounts actually increase hypertension and many other problems. Some think that red wine, containing resveratrol, may be heart-healthier, but the evidence is controversial. In addition, alcohol may raise triglycerides, which together with cholesterol, may increase heart risk. Read more...

I have high cholesterol, can I drink beer?

Yes. Bottoms up! (excess beer will raise your triglycerides but everything in modeation!). Would you consider wine? Read more...

I am taking rosuvas for high cholesterol. Can I drink alcohol occasionally while taking this medicine.

Yes. Small amounts of alcohol (6-12 oz of wine daily for example) have been shown to be helpful and can raise HDL (good cholesterol). The French have known about this for ages ("the French Paradox"). Read more...