A child may have high cholesterol for a variety of reasons such as obesity, diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, or an underactive thyroid. If an initial test shows high cholesterol, your pediatrician will check your child’s blood again at least 2 weeks later to confirm the results. If it is still high, the doctor will also determine if your child has an underlying condition.
A colon cleanse is an important aspect of your overall health. Your colon is responsible for processing foods that were not digested by the small intestine. After processing, the colon flushes the toxins and solid