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  • Rahul

    LDL – Low Density Lipo Proteins
    These are known to be "bad "cholesterol since, normally it fills up the walls of the arteries which are feeding the important organs such as the brain or heart. Therefore it is likely to cause heart attacks. Referring to what you have asked for, LDL is known to be ‘bad’ cholesterol because that large amounts of such tend to promote heat problems such as heart attacks, whereas the HDL do the completely opposite thing and is known as good cholesterol.

    HDL – High Density Lipo Proteins are known to be the "good" cholesterol as it is seen that high levels of these seem to protect from Heart Attacks. Also, low levels of HDL can also contribute to heart attacks.

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