And a rquest for low cholesterol shows you up a bit. Cholesterol is produced by your liver to a genetically predetermined level. Trying to lower it will only force your liver to try to make up the short fall. Better perhaps you look into why cholesterol has been villified and then deciding (forming an opinion) on whether cholesterol deserves the wrap its been given.
My 'opinion' would be worthless. I know next to nothing about the cardiovascular system. Such 'opinions' are the reason there's so much controversy about climate change, when anyone, regardless of knowledge or ability, has an 'opinion'.
Thanks but I'll go with what the current medical views are, and change mine if they change theirs as I don't have the knowledge to make a reasoned 'opinion'. If I'm told to take statins on Wednesday I may just have to, even though I don't particularly want to. Previously I have managed to reduce my cholesterol level due to radical change in diet and a lot of exercise so my 'genetic' level of cholesterol must vary based on that.
Anyhoo, going back to the OP, I have a really nice recipe for a pork cobbler. Topping made with flour/fromage frais/parsley and filling with pork, carrots, swede, celery, parsnips, leeks, beef stock, tomato puree and pearl barley. Very nomish and very low fat (you don't use any).
EDIT: And no, I will never buy "What the doctors don't tell you", a type of scaremongering rubbish "magazine"!