Ok, well my mom just found out one of her arteries in her heart is 90% blocked. And it's cholestorol that builds up in the arteries, isn't it? So, I started going vegan a few weeks ago when she was diagnosed with diabetes and that she had some kind of heart problem, which she was tested for this morning. So, I see that all my vegan stuff that I've bought has no cholesterol, and beans, brown rice and wheat breads have fiber. But what else can you eat or not eat to keep your cholesterol down to a healthy level? And does eating appropreiately reduce an existing build-up in your arteries if you have a blockage?