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High cholesterol: What should my cholesterol level be? How to assess your 'overall' risk

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There are a number of steps you can take if you find that your cholesterol levels are too high.

For example, cutting down on saturated fat and replacing some of it with unsaturated fats is a great way to lower your cholesterol.

Oily fish are a good source of healthy unsaturated fats, specifically a type called omega-3 fats.

Avoid coconut and palm oil as, unlike other vegetable oils, they are high in saturated fat, Heart UK warns.



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