Cholesterol issues

Cholesterol is produced by the liver and is a fatty substance found in the blood and cells. High levels of cholesterol can cause angina, heart attacks, strokes and blocked arteries.

You are at risk of developing cholesterol related conditions if you eat a diet high in saturated fat, are obese, have a family history of obesity or drink alcohol excessively.

In this film, a doctor explains who is at risk of cholesterol related diseases and the treatments available.

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