seriously increased cholesterol

Cholesterol is a type of fat that is found in all cells of your body. Cholesterol does not dissolve in the blood and enters the cell through lipoproteins. Cholesterol or triglyceride levels rise above normal levels in the blood, causing hyperlipidemia. Cholesterol is produced naturally in your liver because every cell in the body needs it to maintain its structure. Hyperlipidemia accumulates in the walls of the arteries, leading to their narrowing, which in turn increases the risk of stroke, chest pain, and clogged arteries.
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