Cholesterol levels are 'remotely' controlled by ghrelin

Researchers concluded that the level of cholesterol in the body is in part "remotely controlled" by the hunger hormone ghrelin. Higher levels of ghrelin were linked to higher levels of bad cholesterol. And they concluded that new drugs that help control the level of bad cholesterol in the body will reduce the risk of deaths from the fatty substance. Story

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