4. Red Wine:
A glass of Red wine has fewer carbohydrates than a cocktail and contain antioxidants such as flavonoids which are believed to boost good cholesterol. But medical experts agree that you should still limit your red wine intake to about 1 or 2 glasses a day.
Cold water fish such as salmon, tuna, and cod, have omega-3 fatty acids that help to lower triglycerides. Among these, salmon is credited with the most triglyceride-lowering power. If you don’t care for fish, fish oil supplements also lower triglycerides.
The lycopene in tomatoes has been credited as being what makes them so good for your health, and most of all your heart health. The reason is that it helps prevent the thickening of your arteries with cholesterol. In clinical trials it was shown to be effective at reducing the total amount of cholesterol in the body.