Due to the pandemic, many people have had to stay home, which means there is the temptation to raid the fridge or the snack cabinet. While some have found ways of dieting and losing weight, others have packed on the pounds, thus causing an increase in their cholesterol levels. Dr. Debbie Plate is with Cleveland Clinic Akron General, and she joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to help those affected by high cholesterol, whether it be at the person’s own doing or due to genetics. Dr. Plate discussed which foods are higher in cholesterol, like red meat and fried chicken, and foods with lower cholesterol to side with are the high fiber foods such as certain cereals. She also touched on the proper medication to head off high cholesterol.