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LDL Cholesterol

What Are the Causes of Elevated LDL Cholesterol?

Low density lipoprotein, or LDL, cholesterol is the bad kind of cholesterol because it can react with oxygen and lead to plaque fo...

How to Calculate Percent Reduction in LDL Cholesterol

Knowing your cholesterol level is a valuable tool for taking care of yourself. The American Heart Association (AHA) says that adul...

Can LDL Levels Be Too Low?

Low-density lipoproteins, also known as LDL, help the body transport fats and cholesterol throughout the body, according to Medlin...

LDL Cholesterol & the Liver

Low-density-lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, also known as "bad" cholesterol, is responsible for clogging arteries and can...

The Top 10 Natural Ways to Lower Bad Cholesterol

The lower your low-density lipoprotein, or "bad" cholesterol, the lower your risk of heart attack and stroke, reports th...

Serum LDL & Cholesterol Levels

Manage your serum LDL and cholesterol levels to reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease. A doctor uses cholesterol screening t...

Alcohol & LDL Cholesterol

Excessive alcohol consumption is directly linked to liver disease, heart disease and addiction, according to decades of medical li...

An LDL of 111

Low density lipoprotein, or LDL, transports cholesterol from your liver and delivers it to the tissues that need it. However, if c...

Is 185 Way Too High for LDL Cholesterol?

Cholesterol tests measure the amount of cholesterol found in your blood. The most common measurements include total cholesterol, h...

What Is Calculated LDL Cholesterol?

Your body contains two main types of cholesterol: HDL, or high-density lipoproteins, and LDL, low-density lipoproteins. If your bl...
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