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Your body needs cholesterol to live and perform many important functions. But when it gets out of control bad things begin to happen.
Most diabetics are unaware that because they eat less than half of the fiber their body needs daily, that that can increase their LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. Medications and other conditions, like hypothyroidism can cause their cholesterol levels to rise.
It is entirely possible for diabetics to learn how to manage their cholesterol. It is a simple matter of learning how the body produces cholesterol, how diet impacts the levels, how the body uses cholesterol, how diabetes impacts cholesterol management, and how the body manages cholesterol levels. There are specific causes of elevated cholesterol. Once you know what they are,and all about how cholesterol works in the body, you will discover that it is not difficult to gain control over cholesterol.