Everyone Should Know about Cholesterol
Summary: To be healthier, health organizations advise keeping cholesterol levels under control. Brady Hartman is the author of this article, which first appeared on LongevityFacts.
High cholesterol levels increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes, kidney disease, and even death. Cholesterol deposits inside the walls of the arteries, blocking them and preventing blood flow to the kidneys, brain, and heart. The treatment is effective and affordable, but many people still have high cholesterol, wasting years of their lives.