I’ve always had a hard time understanding the differences between types of cholesterol and their role in fat metabolism. I found these great videos that clarified things a lot:
My question after watching these is, what determines how much LDL is made by the liver? This seems important as LDL is often seen as the culprit in contributing to risk for certain diseases. I understand that the topic of LDL as a marker of disease is a controversial one, but maybe whether it is or not has to do with what is causing the demand for it.