Low-density lipoprotein

What is Low-density lipoprotein?

It is one of 5 major groups of lipoproteins.Increase in LDL is associated with increase in risk of cardiovascular disease athersclerosis,peripheral vascular disease and stroke.

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Cholesterol 278 239 mg/dL Triglyceride 128 199 mg/dL HDL 57 45 mg/dL Low density lipoprotein calculated 195 129 is my cholesterol bad? this is my...

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What is LDL in Cholesterol ?

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Hello.welcome.LDL is low density lipoprotein.High values of LDL are bad for heart.You should adopt all means to keep it low.Good luck.

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My total cholesterol was 198 Ldl- 145 hdl 32 What does this mean?

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