Swapping meat for plant protein lowers bad cholesterol by 10%: study

 According to the findings of a recent four-week study, replacing meat with mycoprotein,,,

 a protein derived from fungus that is present in frozen Quorn products, may help reduce bad cholesterol by 10%. 

 The decline was contrasted with the advantages of adopting a Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and healthy fats. 

 Dr. George Pavis, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Exeter who led the study, said in a statement,,,

,,,Previous laboratory studies, where all food eaten is controlled and alcohol and caffeine consumption is regulated

 have clearly shown that daily consumption of mycoprotein reduces bad cholesterol."  

 The impact of the dietary intervention in a real-world, home-based context,,,

 where participants were not restricted in terms of what else they drank or did, was examined for the first time in this type of study, he continued.  

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