Hello, Welcome to Just Answer and thanks for your question. Can you provide some more information about what kind of a test this was? Was it a CT scan for cardiac calcium or some other test?
Thanks for the clarification. A level of 110 is considered moderate evidence of coronary artery disease. The following table may help you put it into perspective:
Presence of CAD
No evidence of CAD
Minimal evidence of CAD
Mild evidence of CAD
Moderate evidence of CAD
Extensive evidence of CAD
Lifestyle changes to lower cholesterol such as low fat diet, with lots of fresh vegetables and fruits, lean protein and whole grains and brisk exercise 30-60 minutes a day most days of the week is the universal recommendation. Depending on what the cholesterol profile looks like, statins and other cholesterol-lowering drugs may be added to the lifestyle changes.