Cholesterol

What is cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a steroidal fat, soft, pale yellow, found in cell membranes of all body tissues, and transported in the plasma of all animals. It is produced daily in the liver (endogenous origin), every day from 1.5g - 2g. The exogenous cholesterol origin comes from the eating of animal fats. Cholesterol is present in high concentrations in the tissues that synthesize it or has dense film density, such as liver, spinal cord, brain and atherosclerotic plaques. Cholesterol plays a central role in many biochemical processes, but is best known for its association with cardiovascular disease due to increased blood cholesterol levels.

Cholesterol disease is also called excess cholesterol or high cholesterol

Cholesterol is made by the body, so any amount Cholesterol Anything we eat will be redundant.
when the cholesterol in excess blood, they form plaque in the walls of blood vessels and interfere with the flow of blood in the arteries. Then the amount of oxygen in the blood will not provide enough for the heart and thus the risk of heart attack will increase. When blood flow to the brain is insufficient, it can cause a stroke.
Excess disease cholesterol Blood (hypercholesterolemia) has no signs of any disease, only detected when blood tests.
But fortunately, this preventive disease is not complicated. We just need to combine healthy eating, regular exercise and change in reasonable living habits to be able to reduce it. high cholesterol.
Source: vi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholesterol
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