High-Cholesterol Foods : Which to Eat, Which to Avoid

3. Pasture-raised steak

Pasture-raised steak is supplied by proteins and other essential nutrients, such as iron, zinc, and vitamin-B12. It contains less fat and cholesterol than feedlot beef, and also it is rich in omega-3 fatty acid that has an anti-inflammatory effect. About 112 grams provide about 60mg cholesterol, which represents about 20% of the recommended daily intake.