Bad “Good” HDL Cholesterol

 

For many years, most healthcare providers and nutrition researchers have been telling Americans that HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) is “good cholesterol" because it helps protect arteries from developing atherosclerosis and eventually coronary heart disease (CAD). However, more recent scientific evidence is refuting the simplistic conclusion that more HDL-C is always good.

This is not to say that pe...

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