It’s not that effective to dramatically reduce cholesterol provided by food. It is recommended to consume less than 300g cholesterol per day. Pork meat contains 65-70g cholesterol per 100g, similarly to turkey, chicken and beef.
Crustaceans, shrimps, scampi and lobsters contain more cholesterol than meat, about 100-150g per 100g, but they are low in good fats, therefore you can eat them also twice a week. Eggs contain cholesterol as well, but eating them 2-3 times a week is not a problem, the same counts for cheese. Instead to reduce cholesterol in your blood it is important, and more effective, to lose weight, reduce the use of fat, especially saturated, and do regular physical activity.