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calcium supplements with no vitamin D can increase risks for heart attacks and plaques in the arteries around your heart.
to lower your cholesterol, cutting your animal fats and saturated fats in your diet can help
eating more fish, nuts, avacados, fish oil supplements, more fruits and vegetables, oatmeal, Cheerios, whole grain oats, fiber and fruits and vegetables and regular exercise can help bring down your cholesterol levels.
try that for 6 months and get your cholesterol levels checked again
let me know if you have questions.