What Basicaly happens in the blood

This is Cholesterol. There are two types, LDL, HDL.

LDL cholesterol is considered the “bad” cholesterol because it contributes to plaque, a thick, hard deposit that can clog arteries and make them less flexible.

LDL, is responsible for transporting cholesterol to the cells.

HDL, is responsible for removing excess cholesterol from the blood stream and transporting it to the liver.

Doctors monitors patients hdl and ldl Physicians monitor these two factors because their levels in the blood help doctors to evaluate a person’s health status and to determine whether a person is at risk for cardiovascular disease.

Triglycerides are monitored in the heart, also in check-ups

Results of the of a cholesterol test mean could mean you have a high level of high-density lipoprotein

In order to keep you're levels down, eat a healthy diet, foods that are low in cholesterol are the best idea for this diet.

saturated fats raise your cholesterol level

unsaturated fats raises cholesterol levels

trans fats raise Raises your Ldl, and lowers your Hdl

With all these coming into play, these all raise the ability for a heart attack

#1 picture - Hdl structure

#2 picture - Ldl sr

To much cholesterol, equals heart attack
LDL in the blood, blocking veins

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