increased cholesterol

Cholesterol is a lipid, a waxy substance like fat that the liver naturally produces, and is a vital choice for cell membranes, some hormones, and vitamin D. It is stored in the liver. If a person's blood contains a lot of LDL cholesterol, it is known as high cholesterol, which can lead to many health problems if left untreated. Eating a lot of food that contains large amounts of fat raises blood LDL cholesterol levels. This condition is called high cholesterol and is also called "hypercholesterolemia" or "hyperlipidemia".
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