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The True Facts About Cholesterol

by Leanne J. Sotir, PhD, RNCP

Cholesterol is a molecule in the sterol family. Sterols are waxy insoluble substances that are only soluble in fats and oils. Because the cholesterol molecule is not soluble in watery substances or blood, it needs to be carried through the bloodstream via lipoproteins. Lipoproteins are mixtures of proteins and fat molecules.

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