No. But if too much oil is added then yes.
Obviously there is no desirable (bad) cholesterol level.
Your LDL or bad cholesterol level is the one that you should be most concerned about. 200 is a good number, but a cholesterol level around 100 is considered optimal.
no its really bad :/
the desired level would be under 200 but 250 ain't bad
Prawns, Shrimp, Lobster and Crab all tend to be high in cholesterol even before you add the butter. There is a "Top Ten" list at the attached link.
VLDL CHLOESTELOL is bad for the body
it is very bad, according to my sources it should be below 5
There are different types of cholesterol, LDL and HDL. HDL is the good cholesterol, the higher it is, the better it is for you. LDL is the bad cholesterol, which meant the lower it is, the better for your health.
A normal cholesterol level for a middle-aged male would be anywhere from 135 to 200. Those levels are considered normal. normal cholesterol level normal glucose level normal cholesterol level for 40-60 age man I have ants in my feet less tha 200 what is the level for a middle aged what is the normal cholesterol level in a 64 year old woman All LDL isn't bad. The size of the particle of cholestoral is what determines this. As far as I know there is nothing about HDL that is bad. Most cholestoral comes from some types of fats. I have no idea? is normal 203 cholesterol Normal cholesterol level for an 86 year old woman? what are the symtems
less than 200
240 mg and above is considered to be high, or "bad". Your target cholesterol should be about 200 mg or below. Those numbers are for total cholesterol, you should note that there are different kinds of cholesterol, so be sure to do your research if you want to be more specific.
HDL is the cholesterol that is BAD for you?