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Hi, my name is Stella Metsovas, and today we’re gonna talk about HDL problems. We’re gonna talk about good cholesterol and bad cholesterol and how you know what the difference is. High-density lipoprotein or HDL, is considered the good cholesterol, and if you have problems with HDL being too low, I’m going to make some recommendations for you today. First off, did you know that HDL actually helps remove bad cholesterol, known as low-density lipoprotein from your blood? Optimal levels of HDL should be in the range of 50 to 75 mg/dL in the blood, that’s just a range, don’t worry about the term, but it should be between 50 to 75. If you want to raise your levels of your HDL, follow diets found in the villages around the Southern Mediterranean that are rich in quality proteins like fish and eggs, leafy vegetables, and olive oil. Finally, make sure to get your annual blood test to determine your HDL levels.
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