Normal Cholestral Levels

Were you looking for information about Cholesterol Levels? Normal cholestral levels is a common variation and misspelling of cholesterol levels.
 
A total cholesterol level over 240 mg/dL is considered high, while anything lower than 200 mg/dL is ideal. However, total cholesterol levels can be misleading because people with a healthy total cholesterol level may still have a low HDL level ("good cholesterol") or a high LDL level ("bad cholesterol"). If your HDL cholesterol level is below 40 mg/dL, you are at a substantially higher risk for heart disease. Your risk for heart disease is also increased if you have high LDL cholesterol levels.
 
(Click Cholesterol Levels for more information about total cholesterol levels, HDL cholesterol levels, and LDL cholesterol levels. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on cholesterol.)
 
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