Recommended Cholesterol Levels




Dr. Ted Feldman, Medical Director of Prevention and Community Health with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, says total cholesterol is the LDL, HDL and triglycerides all put it together: “We’re less concerned these days about total cholesterol, because it is driven by the good cholesterol, it has much less significance and risk than if the high number is driven by bad cholesterol”.

He explains you ideally should have LDL (bad cholesterol) less than 100, because the single most important factor that determines your ultimate risk of developing coronary heart disease is your LDL levels.
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