18. Chili Peppers.
This is not typically a food that people tend to eat whole and raw, but if you can handle the heat then it would be a good choice to give them a shot. Chili peppers are typically consumed in the dried form or as a spice, which can be a main dish in many chili recipes and other spicy options. The flavonoids and valuable nutrients in the chili pepper help to oxidize the bad cholesterol roaming and circulating in your blood, which can help to lower your cholesterol levels. Of course if this does not work, there is always the chance that the heat from the pepper does not allow for cholesterol formation in your blood.