Consider trying a good enzyme blend of Lipase, Amylase and Protease. Normal digestion of dietary fat is accomplished by lipases with the assistance of bile. Amylase helps starch digestion and protease helps digest protein.
Increase your intake of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber binds with fats in the small intestine and sends them out the colon, rather than letting them absorb into the blood stream. Don't juice veggies -- you need the veggie fiber. Get a Vita-Mix to drink whole juices.
Have you tried lecithin? It emulsifies fats. I stir it into a glass of aloe vera juice, and drink it with a Vitamin C & E supplement. If you're really serious, try phosphatidylcholine. It is expensive, but much more concentrated than lecithin. Lecithin keeps the brain and arteries supple.
A final comment. What fats do you eat? Eliminate all but "good oils" from your diet. Supplement with pharmaceutical grade fish oil (no mercury) to improve the omega-3 fatty acid balance. Some people can't convert flax oil properly, so fish oil is better. It doesn't taste bad unless it is rancid. Also, consider CLA. That is another fatty acid that is in short supply due to cows eating grain rather than grass.
The human body makes cholesterol. If your systems are out of balance, it may make too much cholesterol. If you eat lots of fresh above ground veggies and good oils, along with digestive enzymes to help you absorb the nutrients, you'll help your systems return to balance.