to anyone who knows how much cholesterol is contained within 1 chicken breast before cooking, particularly the chicken breasts that are sold in Costco, skinless and 99.9 fat free in those large packages (they run usually around 14-16$)
Yes, it is true, eating cholesterol does not significantly raise your cholesterol levels. Saturated fats has the greatest effect on your cholesterol. Next to that is transfatty acids. Your liver creates cholesterol, and it uses it to produce bile. Bile that is lost in the digestive track (trapped in fiber) will be replaced by the liver using your cholestorol, so a high fiber diet can lower cholesterol.