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What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a fatty substance present in your bloodstream, serving the purpose of constructing healthy cells. However, elevated cholesterol levels can amplify the likelihood of heart disease. Increased cholesterol can lead to the formation of fatty deposits within your blood vessels.

All About Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a type of lipid (fat) found in your blood. It plays a vital role in bodily functions Cholesterol is produced by your liver, and it can also be caused by the foods you eat.

Diet, genetics, and lifestyle factors like regular exercise can influence your cholesterol levels.

If you have concerns about your cholesterol levels, it's advisable to consult with a qualified professional who can guide you in managing cholesterol levels and get the best cholesterol treatment according to your needs with methods that suit you best.

Defining HDL, LDL, and VLDL

HDL, LDL, and VLDL function as lipoproteins, a fusion of fat (lipid) and protein. The pairing of lipids with proteins enables their transportation through the bloodstream. These distinct types of lipoproteins serve distinct purposes:

HDL signifies high-density lipoprotein, often dubbed "good" cholesterol due to its role in ferrying cholesterol from various body parts back to the liver for elimination.

LDL stands for low-density lipoprotein and is termed "bad" cholesterol as elevated LDL levels prompt plaque accumulation within arteries.

VLDL, or very low-density lipoprotein, is sometimes labeled "bad" cholesterol, contributing to artery plaque. However, VLDL and LDL differ; VLDL predominantly carries triglycerides, whereas LDL mainly carries cholesterol.


The primary cause of high cholesterol is an unhealthy lifestyle. This includes:

Poor dietary choices, particularly the consumption of harmful fats. Saturated fat, one variant, is found in certain meats, dairy products, confections, and processed or deep-fried items. Another variant, trans fat, exists in fried and processed foods, heightening LDL (negative) cholesterol levels.

Sedentary habits involve extended periods of sitting and insufficient physical activity. This diminishes HDL (positive) cholesterol levels.

Cigarette smoking, especially among women, lowers HDL cholesterol and concurrently raises LDL cholesterol. This is why it is necessary to take a high-cholesterol treatment.


High cholesterol can be inherited. Sometimes, it is caused by poor lifestyle choices. Medicines, a good diet, and a healthy lifestyle can aid in lowering cholesterol. In some cases, it is advisable to take medications.

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How Can We Help?

There are no symptoms associated with high cholesterol. This means the only way to identify it is through a blood test. It is recommended to undergo cholesterol testing through laboratory assessments every five years from age 20.

If there is a family history of high cholesterol or heart disease, or if you possess additional risk factors for heart disease like diabetes, high blood pressure, or obesity, more frequent testing might be necessary. Our Australian-registered and qualified doctors will assess your condition and provide the best cholesterol treatment without stepping out of your home.

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