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 What organ regulates cholesterol?

Answer According to Tom Linder and Anna E. Melby, instructors at the University of Washington, the liver regulates cholesterol by synthesizing it for export to other cells and converting excess into bile... Read More »
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What organ produces cholesterol?

The liver produces the majority of the body's cholesterol. Along with manufacturing approximately 1,000 mg of cholesterol per day, the liver removes a portion of excess cholesterol from the bloodst... Read More »
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What organ is the accessory organ of the integumentary system?

The intergumentary system has more than one accessory organ; among these are the air follicles, sebaceous glands, sweat glands and nails. The skin is the primary organ of the intergumentary system.... Read More »
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What does it mean if someone has high blood HDL Cholesterol and low LDL Cholesterol levels?

These are SUPER good numbers. HDL is 'Good' cholesterol, you want to be over 40 on this one. Your HDL is SUPER high for a male.LDL is 'Bad' cholesterol. You want to be ideally below 100 on this ... Read More »
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What is the difference between food cholesterol&blood cholesterol?

Your food's cholesterol content adds to the cholesterol that your body naturally produces. Knowing the difference between food cholesterol and blood cholesterol and how they interact can help you k... Read More »
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