Normal Cholesterol Level
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Normal cholesterol level as defined by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other healthy heart numbers include:
- Total cholesterol should be under 200.
- LDL should be under 100.
- HDL for a man should be above 40.
- HDL for a woman should be above 50.
- Triglycerides should be under 150.
- Blood pressure should be 119/79 or below.
- C-reactive protein should be 1.0 or less.
Cholesterol guidelines will triple numbers taking drugs. British Medical Journal, 2001
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A great place for
in addition to a listing of medical search engines
on the web.
Cholesterol Level Charts - see normal cholesterol level, high risk, etc.
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This page was last updated on 09/06/07.
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