“Bad” cholesterol not that bad

The so-called “bad cholesterol” – low-density lipoprotein, commonly called LDL – may not be so bad after all, particularly among adults who exercise. The Texas A&M University study examined 52 adults from ages to 60 to 69 who were in generally good health but not physically active. After fairly vigorous workouts, participants who had gained the most muscle mass also had the highest levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol.

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