Fun Facts About Cholesterol

Fun Facts About Cholesterol
  • You can’t live without cholesterol — cholesterol is important because we need it to make our cells and hormones work properly
  • One out of three people have high cholesterol — only 75% of people over the age of 20 get their cholesterol checked every 5 years
  • High cholesterol could be genetic — 75% of cholesterol is due to genes and about 25% is due to diet

  • Even children can have high cholesterol — the American Academy of Pediatric recommends cholesterol screenings for all kids between 9 – 11
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  • Sweating can raise your good cholesterol levels — eating healthy and working out by using interval training
  • Even modest weight loss can improve cholesterol levels — you can help your cholesterol if you are overweight by losing 5 – 10% of your body weight
  • Cholesterol levels in women often rise after menopause.
  • Small bumps on the skin (xanthomas) can be a sign of high cholesterol.
  • Very low total cholesterol may increase health risks.
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