Antioxidant Supplements and HDL

HDL is called “good cholesterol” because it’s involved in reverse cholesterol transport or taking excess cholesterol from the arteries back to the liver for disposal. Cholesterol leaves the liver in VLDL particles, which degrade in the blood over time into LDL particles, also referred to as “bad cholesterol.” Some of these LDL particles can get into the artery wall and go rancid (known as oxid...

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