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What Organ Is Mostly Responsible for Making Cholesterol?

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A certain amount of cholesterol is needed by our body's cells in order to make hormones and build new cells. In fact, every cell in our body contains, and uses, some amount of this important waxy substance produced by our liver. But having too much
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