Blood Lipids and How to Keep Them at Healthy Levels

One of the most serious health concerns chronic kidney disease patients need to know about is heart disease.

Understanding heart disease and learning to live a healthy life are essential in order to lower your risk of developing this condition.

What are Blood Lipids? Lipids are fatty substances in the blood that your body needs to perform certain functions.

When your blood lipid levels are too high, plaque can build up in your arteries. This makes it difficult for your blood to move throughout your body.

By lowering your intake of cholesterol, your body will use up the extra it has, which in turn decreases your blood lipid levels.

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