HDL is an acronym for “high-density lipoproteins”–compounds made in the body that are considered the “good guys” in the cholesterol game. They help to keep the “bad cholesterol” from building up and forming plaque in the arteries. Having high levels of HDL reduces the risk for both heart disease and stroke. Listen in this week as Dee elevates your understanding of cholesterol and explores natural strategies to boost your HDL levels.

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