Cholesterol Testing Panels and Tests

Cholesterol Tests

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    Lipid Panel and Cholesterol Test

    This Lipid Panel and Cholesterol Test evaluates your cholesterol and triglyceride levels to ensure proper heart health. Specifically, this test measures levels of total cholesterol, LDL (bad cholesterol), HDL (good cholesterol), and triglycerides.

Cholesterol Testing Information

Reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure with the convenience of online cholesterol testing. Our cholesterol tests quickly provide accurate readings on low-density lipoproteins (LDL), high-density lipoproteins (HDL), and triglycerides to help prevent the risk of a heart attack.

Take Control of Your Cholesterol

Cholesterol is an important lipoprotein that aids in the creation of healthy blood cells.1 But, many people struggle to maintain healthy levels of this essential, waxy substance. As stated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), almost 94 million adults in the US have unhealthy levels of cholesterol.2

While high cholesterol is frequently diagnosed after health complications develop, cholesterol testing can provide concrete, easy-to-understand results to pave the way to treatment and prevention. If you are concerned about your cardiovascular health, you can take control of your cholesterol with online testing.

Signs You Need Cholesterol Testing

Contrary to popular belief, high cholesterol does not have symptoms.2 Despite this, there are specific lifestyles, demographics, and pre-existing conditions that can increase your risk. If you possess any of the following risk factors, you should consider getting tested:

  • Smoking
  • Family history
  • Low physical activity
  • High trans fat and saturated fat diet
  • Age
  • Health conditions (such as diabetes or obesity).[3,4]

While cholesterol is difficult to identify, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and getting tested routinely can help prevent health complications. Per the CDC, cholesterol testing is recommended every 4 to 6 years for healthy adults and more frequently for those at risk.5

  1. “High cholesterol.” Mayo Clinic. July 20, 2021.

  2. “High Cholesterol Facts.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. September 27, 2021.

  3. “Knowing Your Risk for High Cholesterol.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. January 31, 2020.

  4. “High Cholesterol Risk Factors.” WebMD. July 16, 2020.

  5. “Getting Your Cholesterol Checked.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. September 8, 2020.