If you've been reading up on your health journals, or listening in to all of those Honey Nut Cheerios commercials, you'll know that high amounts of cholesterol isn't all that good for you. It blocks up the bloodstream and can have a serious impact on your health. Basically, mo' lesterol, mo' problems Oh god that doesn't sound right at all im so sorry forgive m Naturally, finding ways to reduce it is something of a priority for scientists. And luckily, it seems scientists may have had something of a breakthrough in breaking through cholesterol. Sci-News Finally, we're putting the "less" in "cho-less-terol". (OP's Note: Ignore the fact that it is spelled "cholesterol") Now, there are a few caveats to consider here. This has only been tested in mice so far, and researchers involved with the project aren't sure it'll be any more effective treatment methods. Still, it's alternative, and further testing may prove it to be even more effective. Even if it isn't more effective, having multiple options can only be a plus. So yeah, good news all the way. Congrats, scientists - you're on a choleste-roll.