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Your cholesterol numbers indicate the amount of cholesterol in your blood. Any reading that is over 240 mg/dL is considered high. While knowing the total cholesterol average in your blood is helpful, it's also important to know your LDL and HDL cholesterol numbers. In addition, your ideal cholesterol average may be different from someone else's based on your risk factors for heart disease.
(Click Cholesterol Numbers for a detailed explanation of the different types of cholesterol, how they affect the body, and what the different cholesterol numbers mean for your health.)