Harvard Heart Letter

On the horizon: Removing fat makes HDL ("good cholesterol") even better

A process called delipidation, in which cholesterol and fats are removed from HDL particles that are then returned to a person's bloodstream, stimulates the HDL to attack cholesterol in blood vessels more effectively.

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