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Besides the negative affect on the quality of your own life, a non grateful daily attitude also has a profound impact on how you are perceived by others, including your friends and colleagues.So, phytosterols are not the only components of nuts responsible for driving down cholesterol; there must be other components in nuts—like maybe the fiber, or other phytonutrients—that are contributing to the cholesterol-lowering effects.Hmm; I wonder if avocados have such components, too? There are studies dating back more than a half century that appear to show that if you add an avocado to people’s daily diets, their cholesterol drops, and then goes back up when you remove the avocados, then goes back down again.Even though nuts and seeds have the highest levels overall, the studies that have been done on lowering cholesterol—lowering LDL (bad cholesterol) with phytosterols—have used supplements, starting at 600mg up into the thousands.So, yeah, you can lower LDL cholesterol about 8% at up around 2,100 milligrams, but that would be twenty avocados a day. But, you can get an 8% drop in LDL just eating a palmful of nuts a day—a single ounce.If you look at Avocado Board-sponsored reviews, they like to brag that “[a]vocados are the richest known fruit source of phytosterols,” which are cholesterol-lowering nutrients found in plant foods. Yes, there are more phytosterols in avocados compared to other fruit, but the reason that’s such a misleading statement is that phytosterols are fat-soluble substances; most other fruits hardly have any fat in them at all.