High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol counters the harmful effects of LDL cholesterol by transporting it to your liver where it is flushed out.
“The results of this review indicate that a relationship exists between an individual’s lipid profile and tendon health,” the researchers concluded.
“However, further longitudinal studies are required to determine whether a cause and effect relationship exists between tendon structure and lipid levels.”
How to lower high cholesterol levels
To reduce your cholesterol, try to cut down on fatty food, especially food that contains a type of fat called saturated fat.