Cholesterol is a fatty substance (lipid) found in every cell of your body. When at optimum levels it plays a vital role in healthy living, especially when it comes to the skin, brain and nerves. When cholesterol levels become high, however, these then work against your body and can cause your blood vessels to become blocked, in turn leading to a higher risk of stroke or heart attack. There are no symptoms of high cholesterol and the first indication a person may have is when they suffer a health crisis, so it is important to try and keep cholesterol at optimum levels. Blood tests can determine if cholesterol levels are high, so many people with known high levels have regular checks.
Leading a healthy lifestyle and eating a good diet can help to lower and control cholesterol levels, and there are various peptide bioregulators that also work to support different organs.
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