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Example Sentences for "cholesterol"


Eggs contain a lot of cholesterolShe has to watch what she eats because her cholesterol level is getting too high.

Eggs contain a lot of cholesterol.

His doctor told him he has to be very careful about what he eats because his cholesterol level is getting too high.

You should cut down on meat if you want to lower your cholesterol level.

French fries and fried chicken will cause your cholesterol levels to get too high.

Too much cholesterol in your blood can cause heart disease.

His cholesterol levels are getting high because of his poor eating habits.

My dad can't eat eggs because they have too much cholesterol in them.

Cholesterol is found in the fat, tissue and blood of all animals.

You have a dangerously high cholesterol level, and unless you do something to bring it under control, you risk suffering a major heart attack.

Your body's cells need cholesterol to function properly, but too much in the blood causes problems.

For most people, a low-fat diet and exercise are all that are needed to lower cholesterol.

Bananas have no fat, cholesterol or sodium.

High cholesterol can be identified by a blood test.

Soybeans contain no cholesterol, and are low in saturated fat.

A recent study has concluded that the most important risk factor for heart disease worldwide is a bad cholesterol profile.

Discussion question: What is the best diet to keep your cholesterol level low?

Find someone who knows someone who has to watch his/her cholesterol.

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