Understanding LDL vs. HDL Differences
It’s the battle of the cholesterol types.
In one corner is the High-density lipoprotein (HDL) we call the good cholesterol. In the other corner is the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) we call the bad cholesterol.
So what exactly makes the HDL good and the LDL bad? At the risk of making things more confusing in the LDL versus HDL analysis, neither one is really good or bad by itself. It’s what they do and how they work that makes them good or bad for your arteries and heart health.
Allow me to explain.
LDL carries cholesterol and triglycerides FROM the liver to peripheral tissues. This is not what you want. So the LDL is bad because of WHERE the cholesterol is being transported.
This “dumping” of cholesterol in the wrong places from LDL causes a plaque build-up and it’s common knowledge that this same plaque accumulation leads to an increased risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.
On the other hand, HDL helps carry lipids through the bloodstream BACK to the liver. These lipids include LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. So by carrying these harmful fatty substances back to the liver, the liver can then do it’s job and filter it out of the body. This is what you want to happen.
It’s now believed my many scientists that your good cholesterol does more than just transport some of the nasty fats back to your liver.
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