The key to lowering low-density lipoproteins (LDL), or bad cholesterol, can be as easy as modifying your diet.
Cholesterol is the perfect example of getting too much of a good thing. On one hand, your body needs this waxy, fat-like substance (fun fact: it makes up every cell of your body).
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For years you've been told that the saturated fat you eat is public enemy No. 1 in the battle against obesity and heart disease. Turns out, it may actually be — gasp! — good for you.