High cholesterol symptoms: The subtle 'ocular sign' in your eye indicating high levels

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“LDL transports cholesterol to artery walls and body tissue,” Dr Bovenzi said.

“For this reason, elevated LDL levels are considered a risk to health, as cholesterol build-up can narrow arterial walls.

“Parts of a cholesterol plaque can break off and block smaller arteries downstream, leading to a loss of function of the area supplied by the affected artery.

“When this artery is in the heart, it can lead to a heart attack. In the brain, it is a stroke.”



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