Deciphering Cholesterol Numbers
- 10 Months ago
Cholesterol is not a monster that’s going to hurt everyone. It is an essential part of our nervous system and brain. Majority of the required cholesterol is internally manufactured by the liver. Some amount of external cholesterol enters our body through foods like mutton, egg, chicken, fish, dairy, etc. As long as your blood cholesterol is within normal limits, there’s no harm in eating cholesterol containing foods in limited quantities. The health risks begin when the blood cholesterol goes above normal levels.
What are the normal numbers of cholesterol?