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Homocystiene - the biggest unspoken risk contributor to cholestrol.

Homocystiene is an amino acid produced in the body during the metabolism of methionine in the liver, it is normally broken down into cysteine and ATP, but for various reasons it can build up. The biggest contributor is insufficient B vitamins, meaning that homocystiene can't be converted before it leaves the liver and circulates through [...]