Cholesterol is a type of fat. Cholesterol is found in all animal tissues. As long as you keep your daily cholesterol intake between 200-400 milligrams, you should be fine.
Phospholipids, cholesterol, & glycolipids.
Depending on the types of food that you eat, you may or may not have high cholesterol. If you're not sure about how much cholesterol is in the food you eat, either check the labeling or ask the manager of the restaurant for information regarding the food's cholesterol.
Since cholesterol is most likely to affect the heart, your best resource will come from the American Heart Association. All your questions about "good" and "bad" cholesterol can be found at heart.org under the tab titled 'Conditions'.
Yes. There are two types HDL and LDL.
Cholesterol is found in the cell membranes of animal tissue so any food that is made entirely of plant products only is a no cholesterol food. Whole grains like oats can actually help remove cholesterol.
no, foods derived from plants contain NO cholesterol. Only animal-based foods contain cholesterol because of their fats.
Most people already have passed the needed amount of cholesterol. Food like broccoli can lower cholesterol, but no one wants to raise cholesterol. Cholesterol is a type of fat usually found in greasy food items and potato chips.
Is benzoylecgonnie found in any types of food or medicines
Cholesterol is a substance that comes from two sources-your body and food. Your liver, makes all the cholesterol you need and circulates it through the blood. But cholesterol is also found in animals, such as meat, poultry and dairy products
well there are two types of cholesterol:1) LDL (Low - density cholesterol) which is bad cholesterol2) HDL (high- density cholesterol) which is good cholesterol and it helps get rid of LDL
There are no types of surgery for high cholesterol, but there are drug medications that may help.