High cholesterol: The surprising drink that could lower levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol – Daily Express

In addition to drinking more healthily, cutting down on unhealthy beverages will do your heart good.

Drinking sugar-sweetened drinks such as sodas is associated with poor levels of HDL cholesterol.

Alcohol is also a risk factor for cholesterol, with frequent drinkers suffering from high levels of LDL.

Unfiltered coffee can rapidly increase your levels of LDL cholesterol due to the high content of fat.