A fairly detailed cholesterol content of foods chart is available on the University of California, San Francisco's Medical Center website. Another chart, which lists the cholesterol level in common foods, is available on the Ask Dr. Sears website.
There are a number of risk factors that people must consider when deciding upon what foods to include in their diet, as stated by Mayo Clinic. These factors include age, family history and sex. As people age, they tend to see that their cholesterol levels slowly rise. Family history can also dictate that certain family members may be prone to developing high blood cholesterol. Initially, men tend to have higher cholesterol levels than women; however, as women get older, such as after going through menopause, they sometimes see their cholesterol levels rise.