Food with at least some fat in it will make you feel full and give you energy. I find that I will be less likely to feel hungry afterwards. Don't opt for "fat free", but go for "low fat". One can do so and still stay within their daily calorie and cholesterol goals. Use the nutrition tracker and see.
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More cholesterol is produced from eating sugar than from eating fat. Although the liver produces cholesterol, the intestines also play an important part in determining overall cholesterol levels. Eat Omega 3's which will bring down your triglycerides as well as bring down the LDL cholesterol and help actually raise your HDL cholesterol, or your good cholesterols.
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