I'm looking to add about 300-400 calories to my daily diet and am looking for easy foods (can eat at work) that are low in cholesterol since mine is a bit high. I added 300 about a month ago by eating more in the morning and before bed and will continue to add more and more calories slowly over the next few months.
It's been a while but I'm pretty sure that dietary cholesterol is only found in animal fats. No animal fats, no dietary cholesterol. Eat a jar of peanut butter and there you go.
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A large handful of almonds is apprx. 300 calories. they're easy to eat anywhere and are high in protein, some might say the perfect snack
Olive oil is a source of fat often touted as raising "good" cholesterol and lowering "bad" cholesterol.
Also bear in mind that a healthy body makes ~80% of it's own cholesterol. If you eat more, you make less. The only people that should be worrying about cholesterol are those that have arterial disease.
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Dietary cholesterol doesn't necessarily raise cholesterol levels.
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get some peanut butter and add a tsp. or two of olive oil. simple and quick intake of calories