Fat is good or bad ?
A diet too rich in fat is in first position. Excessive intake of animal fats directly affects your cholesterol levels. In some people, genetic and hereditary predispositions can promote cholesterol disorder. Problems with the kidneys or the thyroid gland can also cause high cholesterol levels. Finally, some medications such as oral contraceptives, cortisone can negatively influence your cholesterol levels.
Here are some foods to avoid: Butter, fresh cream, milk, fatty meat (chicken, beef, lamb, goose), cold cuts, vegetable oil (peanut and palm), cheeses (no more than twice a week), eggs fries, chips, fries, etc.