cholesterol

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Synonyms for cholesterol

an animal sterol that is normally synthesized by the liver

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A There are certain foods that are high in saturates to avoid, or limit, in your diet to help reduce your blood cholesterol levels.
The higher your blood cholesterol level, the greater your risk.
Studies have demonstrated that the percentage of coronary stenosis and the incidence of CAD mortality are not only affected by the blood cholesterol level but also multiplied by the addition of other risk factors for CAD.
Your blood cholesterol level is affected not only by the saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet, but also by the cholesterol made in your liver.
Remember, by closely following your diet and monitoring your progress with regular checkups, you can lower your blood cholesterol level and greatly reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease.
Being overweight may also increase your blood cholesterol level.
While years of widespread public education efforts have encouraged individuals to know their cholesterol levels, the Advanced Care Products survey revealed that only 60 percent of Americans had their blood cholesterol level checked during the past year.
Clarke of the University of Iowa in Iowa City suggests the fray over childhood blood cholesterol level will continue.
While the cholesterol you eat raises your blood cholesterol level, the sat fat you eat probably raises it even more.
Adults in the United States have an average blood cholesterol level of 210 mg/dl, and it seems a reasonable goal to reduce that by 20 mg/dl, Blackburn says.
To reduce your blood cholesterol level, your diet should be low in fat, especially saturated fat (dairy products, meat and poultry).
Adults who had been breast-fed had a lower overall blood cholesterol level.
An ideal blood cholesterol level for children is considered about 150 milligrams per deciliter.
And the higher the blood cholesterol level, the more meat and fat, and the less fiber and legumes people consumed.