According to research at Texas A&M University, the more LDL or “bad” cholesterol you have in your blood, the better you build muscle with resistance training. In essence, LDL does serve a purpose in your body and should not be labeled “bad.”
According to Steve Reichman at Texas A&M…
“There’s no doubt you need both, the LDL and the HDL, and the truth is, it (cholesterol) is all good. You simply can’t remove all the ‘bad’ cholesterol from your body without serious problems occurring.”
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