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What Causes LDL
What Is Cholesterol
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Normal Range Of Cholesterol Levels  
  
Normal range of cholesterol levels are 200 mg/dL or lower for a total count, but it is important to check HDL and LDL levels for a better analysis. To check HDL and LDL levels a blood lipid test will need to be done, which should also reveal triglyceride levels. Normal triglyceride levels are 150 mg/dL and below.
  
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