Levels of Triglycerides & Cholesterol




People with low cholesterol who have elevated triglycerides may be at risk of heart disease, affirms Dr. Jonathan Fialkow, Deputy Chief of Cardiology with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute.
He also explains LDL cholesterol is the particle taking the cholesterol into the arteries.
The ideal numbers are: LDL cholesterol, under 130 and must be below 190 and triglycerides ideally below 150, the doctor says.

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