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Is cholesterol level of 117 too low?

Posted By: Pete R
Date: May-01, 1998 at 13:35:48

In Response To: Clinical results from blood analysis (David L.)

Hello. While I'm not a health professional I do
recall reading that:
1) You need cholesterol to live.
2) Your body (i.e. a health person) produces
cholesterol and maintains the proper serum amount
so if you eat more foods containing it, your body
adjusts and produces less, maintain the proper
3) A cholesterol level below 140 may be considered
"too low".
Please check this out with a health professional.
I may be totally wrong - sorry if so.
Regards. Pete Reinhard
Maybe others on this site will comment?

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