Low Chol: Fat or lipids in blood constitute cholesterol. It is not required by the body and it has a certain limit up to which it does not affect body functions much. But if it increases, it can be dangerous. It gradually accumulates in blood. Initially it increases the blood viscosity and later it starts affecting the blood flow which can lead to various diseases especially cardiac diseases, brain haemorrhage and other diseases such as liver diseases, paralysis, Bell’s palsy, etc.
Low Chol is very beneficial for those who are suffering from obesity and as a result develop conditions like breathlessness and hypertension.