Cholesterol is given a bad rep for being unhealthy. Right?
In fact, cholesterol is an important component for the body and is crucial for optimal functioning.
However, high levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol are associated with serious diseases and conditions, such as:
- heart attack
- peripheral arterial disease
- transient ischaemic attack
High levels of LDL cholesterol can be lowered through use of lifestyle interventions or changes that focus on:
- eliminated an unhealthy diet
- hypertension (high blood pressure)
By reducing the unhealthy behaviors that are associated with these risk factors, your LDL levels are bound to be kept at normal levels.
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