Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Study

We are seeking to help provide wide spectrum blood panels and cardiovascular testing for "Lean Mass Hyper-responders" - typically those on a low carb diet with very high cholesterol, yet very low triglycerides.
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The Lean Mass Hyper-responder (LMHR) phenotype is characterized by LDL cholesterol of 200 mg/dL or higher, HDL-C of 80 mg/dL or higher, and Triglycerides of 70 mg/dL or lower . We are likewise interested in “borderline” LMHRs that are near these same cut points.

We are seeking to help provide wide spectrum blood panels and cardiovascular testing such as CT Angiogram, Carotid Intima Media Thickness (CIMT), and Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC) score to this phenotype of interest where we likewise confirm no genetic Familial Hypercholesterolemia.

We further wish to encourage ongoing communication and follow up with participants, including a further set of measurements in five years.

76 Replies to “Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Study”

  1. Hi Dave,

    I’m registering interest as a LMHR (TC394, HDL100, T72)abroad – I’m in the UK.

    I’ve provided my lipid details at cholesterolcode previously and follow your work with great interest. I’m cambridge_pt on twitter.

    Good luck with the project – so looking forward to the further understanding!

    All the best,
    Andy

  2. Hi Dave ,
    I’ve been following your craziness for a while. Bravo !
    I told my PMD ( lipid specialist ) that I was a hyper-responder and he said “ what ?? “. .
    I started out Total Chol 410 / LDL 280/ HDL/110, and Try 45. I have since been dx with Familial Hypercholesteremia .
    My history is Weston A Price. While foods diet for 15 yrs , watching my cholesterols rise , but not worried till over 400. Chris Masterjohn told me I aight to think about FH. So I call Dr Dayspring and was refreshing to John West a lipid specialist in Atlanta , GA where I live.
    First , on my own I cut my massive intake of meat and coconut oil down very low. The numbers were cut down 30%. But my Calcium score put me in the 98% for my age ( 65). So I agreed after much consternation , to take Crestor 5 mg /day. Interestingly , I took Zetia also and my number drastically reduced. I wanted to take Zetia only , but with the documented CAD on calcium scan , I was advised low dose Crestor was warranted.
    I’m thinking I’m a possible candidate for your study
    Your thoughts
    [Contact info redacted]
    Would love to hear from you !

  3. Hi Dave,

    I live in Portugal and I think I’m a LMHR, or at least close to it, becouse I did the feldman protocol last week and the result were:

    22-10-2019 25-10-2019
    TC – 367 291
    HDL – 83 109
    LDL(calc) – 263 169
    TG – 104 64

    I’m interested in being part of this project, what can I do?

    Please continue what you’re doing, You’re changing the world for the best!

  4. Hi Dave,

    I live in Portugal and I might be a LMHR since I did the feldman Protocol last week and the results were:

    22-10-2019
    TC – 367
    HDL – 83
    LDL – 263
    TG – 104

    25-10-2019
    TC – 291
    HDL – 109
    LDL – 169
    TG – 64

    I’m interested in being part of this project. What can I do?

    Please continue what you’re doing, you’re great and you are changing the world for the best

  5. I’m UK based, 58 on keto (below 20g carbs) since June. Dr trying to push me to take statin, BP is 110/70, BMI 22, 130lbs. Below – mg/dL is my conversion from mmol/L).
    TC – 219.6 mg/dL (12.2 mmol/L)
    Trig – 15.2 mg/dL (0.84 mmol/L)
    HDL – 25.38 mg/dL (1.41 mmol/L)
    LDL – 187.20 mg/dL (10.4 mmol/L)
    Plasma fasting glucose – 88.2 mg/dL (4.9 mmol/L)

  6. I am willing to participate as well. These values were after 2 months on keto and are a year ago (11/18).

    TC 302
    Triglycerides 30
    HDL 110
    Non-HDL 192
    LDL 186

  7. Hi Dave,
    US citizen living in EU.
    June 2017 started Primal BluePrint Diet due to TIA.
    No statins or any meds.
    HDL @ 1.4 / 54.1
    LDL @ 3.5 (135.3)
    TRIG – 2.4 (212.6)
    Ratio – 4.3

    Started Keto LCHF around mid 2018
    HDL @ 2.18 (84.3)
    LDL @ 4.38 (166.3)
    TRIG – 0.66 (58.5)
    Ratio – 3.4

    Started Carnivore Flexible around May 2019
    HDL @ 2.38 (92.0)
    LDL @ 7.88 (304.7)
    TRIG – 0.87 (77.1))
    Ratio – 4.6

    Still not taking Statins & any meds. Let’s hope this is the right way… 🙂

  8. Hi Dave,
    I am big fan of your work and I will be happy if I can help this cause. I live in Bulgaria and I hope this is not going to be a problem.
    I started LCHF with pure curiosity as I never had problems with my weight.
    I have made some tests 3 months ago( after 4 months on KETO) and my numbers are as follows:
    Cholesterol total 7,63 mmol/l
    Triglycerides 0.61 mmol/l
    HDL- cholesterol 2,12 mmol/l
    LDL- cholesterol 4,70 mmol/l
    VLDL – cholesterol 0.28 mmol/l

    Next week I am going to make new tests and I will include APO -A and APO-B.

    Best regards
    Petko

    1. Hi Petko,

      Your numbers surprising mirror mine. Here are mine.

      Cholesterol total 7,4 mmol/l
      Triglycerides 0.51 mmol/l
      HDL- cholesterol 2,10 mmol/l
      LDL- cholesterol 4,50 mmol/l

      With these numbers I am avoiding my GP who is doing his best to get hold of me.

      I am naturally lean and do not exercise other than walking and doing everyday chores. I would therefore ask Dave if his definition for LMHR must included only those who are athletic?

      I cut out the carbs 10 months ago.

      Anything I can do to help with this project?

  9. I’d also love to participate in this project. LMHR here
    LDL 200
    HDL 90
    TRI 48
    NON HDL 200

    Been eating mostly low carb/keto for 8+ years

  10. I was at the Low Carb Houston Conference and I’m interested in being a subject for the project. My last LDL was measured as 504. My HDL was 81. However , my Triglycerides were 128.

  11. I am interested in this project, as I’ve always had a total cholesterol around 200, but after eating low carb, and keto, my numbers Dec 2018 were as follows:

    Total cholesterol: 288
    HDL: 78
    LDL: 197
    TG: 67

    I’m interested in the relationship between eating low carb/high fat and CV risk factors, rather than just using cholesterol numbers to decide if one needs to take medication. I work as a nurse practitioner in inpatient cardiothoracic surgery, so I see plenty of patients that could benefit from diet changes that could help them avoid a repeat trip.

    Thank you for starting this project.
    Jen Fox,

  12. Also interested in participating. I have been strict carnivore for 2 years. Recently had bloods done:
    11/10/19
    16 hrs water fasted
    Total cholesterol: 478mg/dL / 12.36mmol/L
    LDL: 377md/dL / 9.76mmol/L
    HDL: 84mg/dL / 2.17mmol/L
    TG: 84mg/dL / 0.95mmol/L

    I am 51kg, lean & very active – strength training 5-6 times per week, some cardio, HIIT and walk every day.

  13. Hi Dave. Just donated. If you are looking for LMHR volunteers I’m happy to be considered. What is the process to get involved in the project? My numbers put me well into the LMHR camp and my CAC score is Zero.

  14. Hi Dave.
    I too have been following your work and would like to be considered for the trial.
    I live in the UK and aged 56
    My numbers are:
    Total Col : 332 (8.6)
    LDL : 212 (5.5)
    HDL: 108 (2.8)
    Tri: 53 (0.6)
    Keep up the good work.

  15. Hi Dave and Siobhan,
    I am supporting your efforts. Retired and meet the criteria but am not lean.
    Healthy, no drink or smoke, no stress
    CAC 0
    Both carotid arteries clear
    No meds
    Cooperative MD
    Strict carnivore for last 3 weeks
    KETO last 12 months
    Lost 30 pounds 10 more to go
    Work out
    Let me know how I can help.

  16. Hi I definitely fit the criteria of a lean mass hyper responder and would love to take part in your study! Keto for 2 1/2 years now. 44 yo female. Height 5’4” 140lbs. Approx 20% bf. Last lipid panel 10-7-19.
    LDL 180
    HDL 110
    VLDL 9
    Trig. 46
    Total Cholesterol 299
    And had a CAC scan with a score of zero

  17. Hi, I’m Simon from Prevost, Quebec, Canada.
    I pretty sure i’m a lmhr.
    I’m 55 years old ,1.80 m./ 72 kg. athetic shape, very lean and muscular.
    Lot’s of training ( hiit , resistance, running, walking etc.
    Keto for 3 years and borderline carnivore for 4 months.
    Total cholest. 9.92 mmol/l
    Total ldl cholest. 7.26 mmol/l
    Hdl cholest. 2.25 mmol/l
    Triglyc. 0.89 mmol/l
    Protein C reactive: 0.3 mg/l
    Sorry for my english but i am french.
    Thankyou very much for your researchs.

  18. Hey Dave,

    I’d like to volunteer for your project if I can be of help. I’ve been keto/carnivore for about 1.5 yrs. I admit I have trouble staying completely constant but I strive for it (carbs <=20) 🙂 Here are my lab numbers:

    6/2018:
    TOTAL 349
    TRI 66
    HDL 111
    LDL 238
    VLDL not measured

    8/2019:
    TOTAL 402
    TRI 77
    HDL 99
    LDL 288
    VLDL 15

    I am located in Maryland. I am 65 yrs old, 5'1'' and weigh about 110 lbs. Although I am on the smaller side, I do not work out and I am not muscular like those in the pictures you display. I am very interested in your project and thankful for how this WOE has improved my health. I am grateful for all of the ways that your work and presence on the internet have helped me. I hope I can be of help to you in return, please let me know.

  19. Hello Dave been on low carb diet for about two years and my numbers have only gotten better I would love to be used for your study

  20. Over 2 years on keto/ZC.
    2016 numbers
    Total 197
    LDL 122
    HDL 61
    Trigs 72
    2017 numbers
    Total 313
    LDL 230
    HDL 72
    Trigs 56

    44yrs old
    Make
    BF 10-15%
    Lift 4x a week

    Borderline LMHR and probably would have lower trigs but I love coffee lol.

  21. This paper should be of interest:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5991918/

    Cureus. 2018 Apr; 10(4): e2452.
    Published online 2018 Apr 9.
    doi: 10.7759/cureus.2452
    PMCID: PMC5991918
    PMID: 29888156
    A 72-Year-Old Patient with Longstanding, Untreated Familial Hypercholesterolemia but no Coronary Artery Calcification: A Case Report
    Monitoring Editor: Alexander Muacevic and John R Adler
    Kipp W Johnson, Joel T Dudley, and Jason R Bobe

  22. Hi Dave, I would be interested in contributing any way I can. Recently Identified as a LMHR. Data below from 11.06.2019

    –===== CholesterolCode.com/Report v0.9.5.15 =====–
    • Male • 57 • Coffee: 3 cups/day •
    • 8 on months on Carnivore/Zero Carb/Meat Only •
    • 63h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: none •

    Total Cholesterol: 314 mg/dL 8.12 mmol/L
    LDL Cholesterol: 213 mg/dL 5.51mmol/L
    HDL Cholesterol: 89 mg/dL 2.3mmol/L
    TG Cholesterol: 58 mg/dL 0.65mmol/L

  23. * Male 37, 1Y on carinivore diet
    * Endurance runner

    Cholesterol total: 10,10 mmol/L 390 mg/dL
    LDL: 6,89 mmol/L 266 mg/dL
    HDL 2,90 mmol/L 112 mg/dL
    Triglycerides: 0.66 mmol/L 58 mg/dL

  24. not sure posted, but I’d like to be considered in the project.
    59.5 years old 5ft 7 123 labs
    since starting lchf May 2017, my cholesterol just keeps going up and up (total and ldl)…I had increased my ‘fatty meat’, bacon, bacon grease, butter and eggs over period of time starting approx. late April early May 2019… and went ‘carnivorish’ for approx. 1 month prior to lab draw on 11/11/19. RESULTS: TOTAL C 411, LDL C 306, HDL 89 and Trig 56..SO< I decided to have 1st NMR test done.. I cut back on a little of the eggs, bacon, butter in the time frame.. and on 11/23/19 TOTAL C was 361, LDL C 243, HDL 109 and Trig 43. TOTAL LDL P particles 2342!..but, <90 Small LDL P, HDL-P 33 and LDL size 21.7….Now going to have Lp(a) drawn tomorrow….and probably CPR and Homocysteine soon?….thanks

  25. Male, 45yo on strict keto for 3 years, with <20g net carbs per diem

    Total cholesterol: 21.5 mmol/L
    HDL: 2.1 mmol/L
    LDL: 18.3 mmol/L
    Triglycerides: 2.5 mmol/L
    Fasting glucose: 5.2 mmol/L
    BP: 120/80
    CRP: Indistinguishable owing to low level
    CAC: 0
    Bodyweigh: 62kg
    Bodyfat: 11% via DEXA scan

    HIIT training: 4-6 times per week
    Resistance training: 2-3 times per week
    Racquetball 2 times per week

    Still awaiting LDL-C and LDL-P counts at present.

  26. Hi, I’m interested to participate in this project.
    I’m 43 year old male in New Zealand.
    I’ve been LCHF for 15 months, and greatly enjoy reading and watching the tremendous work you and the low carb movement (Ivor, Aseem, et al) continue to provide.
    You finally gave me the confidence to come off statins 6 months ago.
    Here is last weeks lipid panel;
    TC: 7.9
    TRIG: 0.7
    HDL: 2.01
    LDL: 5.6

    Regards

  27. Hi. I’m also willing to be a part of the study. I live in WA state and am 59 yrs old. Have been low carb since March 2019 and freaked out my doctor with my last blood tests in September.
    Total Cholesterol 284
    HDL 83
    LDL 190
    Triglycerides 54
    CAC 0
    I’m due for new blood tests this month. LDL may be higher now because I’m working towards carnivore. Will be doing a lipid size/type breakdown with this round of blood work to make Dr happy. According to your calculator I fall into the LMHR category but I’m not super lean or athletic although I have lost fat and gained muscle with this diet. We do a body composition analysis along with bloodwork every 3 months. Last check BMI was 22.8 and BFM was 31.2.
    Thanks for doing this work! Donated today.

  28. I’m willing to participate and remove coffee if needed. 🙁

    Male, Age 56, Active, body fat ~10%, Keto/LCHF Since Aug 2018

    ———- 6/14/2019 ———-
    TC – 341
    HDL – 75
    LDL – 248
    VLDL – 18
    TG – 92
    CRP – .35

    ***VAP CHOLESTEROL PROFILE:
    NAME – VALUE (REFERENCE RANGE)
    Large VLDL-P – <0.8 (<=2.7 nmol/L)
    Small LDL-P – 216 (=4.8 umol/L)
    VLDL Size – No sufficient for VLDL size determination
    LDL Size – 22.3 (>=20.8 nm)
    HDL Size – 9.7 (>=9.2 nm)
    LP-IR Score – <25 (<=45 )
    _____________________________________

    ———- 10/26/2019 ———-
    TC – 350
    HDL – 85
    LDL – 247
    VLDL – 18
    TG – 90
    CRP – .46

    Regards

  29. Hi Dave,
    How do we participate in this project? Both my mother and I are LMHRs. At 7 months on Keto:
    Me
    Tot: 497
    LDL: 383
    HDL: 99
    Trig: 59
    Previous to Keto, total was always at 200 or just above.

    Thanks for your work!

  30. Hey Dave, I might be on the border but I’d be interested in participating if you could use me. Currently living in Omaha, Nebraska. Doc was giving me a hard time about my LDL yesterday so I’d love to get him some good information.
    28 yr old Male. 5’6″, 151 lbs (13% BF). LCHF for about 8 months now. Results from 2 faster lipid panels are below. First number indicates Dec 2018 and the second is Dec 2019.
    TC- 236/268
    HDL- 69/69
    LDL- 149/188
    TG- 90/53

  31. Hi Dave, Here are my numbers from November 2018 to 2019.
    I refuse to take a statin, even though my CAC SCAN score is 135.
    54 year old male. Cardiologist thinks I may have Hypotrophic cardiomyopathy. Let me know if I can help with your project. I live in Whitby Ontario Canada.
    NOVEMBER 1 2018

    –===== CholesterolCode.com/Report v0.9.5.15 =====–
    • Male • 53 • Coffee: 2 cups/day •
    • 20 on years on Standard American •
    • 0h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: false •

    Total Cholesterol: 186 mg/dL 4.80 mmol/L
    LDL Cholesterol: 126 mg/dL 3.27mmol/L
    HDL Cholesterol: 36 mg/dL .92mmol/L
    TG Cholesterol: 119 mg/dL 1.34mmol/L

    ———RISK REPORT———
    Atherogenic Index of Plasma: 0.163 mg/dL >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/ycccmmnx for more on AIP

    Framingham Offspring: 1.6 Odds Ratio >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y5fc5adl for more on this Framingham study

    Jeppesen: >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y63xp7lj for more on the Jeppesen study

    Cholesterol Remnants: 24 mg/dL >>> 0.27 mmol/L >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y84u92wm for more on Cholesterol Remnants

    ——CONVENTIONAL MARKERS AND RATIOS——
    Friedewald LDL-C: 126 | Iranian LDL-C: 148
    TC/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 5.17
    TG/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 3.31 | TG/HDL Ratio in mmol/L: 1.46

    JUNE 21 2019

    –===== CholesterolCode.com/Report v0.9.5.15 =====–
    • Male • 54 • Coffee: 2 cups/day •
    • 3 on months on Keto (less than 20g carbs) •
    • 11h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: false •

    Total Cholesterol: 227 mg/dL 5.87 mmol/L
    LDL Cholesterol: 169 mg/dL 4.36mmol/L
    HDL Cholesterol: 37 mg/dL .96mmol/L
    TG Cholesterol: 106 mg/dL 1.20mmol/L

    ———RISK REPORT———
    Atherogenic Index of Plasma: 0.097 mg/dL >>> Lowest Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/ycccmmnx for more on AIP

    Framingham Offspring: 1.6 Odds Ratio >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y5fc5adl for more on this Framingham study

    Jeppesen: >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y63xp7lj for more on the Jeppesen study

    Cholesterol Remnants: 21 mg/dL >>> 0.24 mmol/L >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y84u92wm for more on Cholesterol Remnants

    ——CONVENTIONAL MARKERS AND RATIOS——
    Friedewald LDL-C: 169 | Iranian LDL-C: 175
    TC/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 6.14
    TG/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 2.86 | TG/HDL Ratio in mmol/L: 1.25

    SEPT 9 2019

    –===== CholesterolCode.com/Report v0.9.5.15 =====–
    • Male • 54 • Coffee: 2 cups/day •
    • 6 on months on Keto (less than 20g carbs) •
    • 6h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: false •

    Total Cholesterol: 193 mg/dL 5 mmol/L
    LDL Cholesterol: 134 mg/dL 3.47mmol/L
    HDL Cholesterol: 34 mg/dL .89mmol/L
    TG Cholesterol: 125 mg/dL 1.41mmol/L

    ———RISK REPORT———
    Atherogenic Index of Plasma: 0.2 mg/dL >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/ycccmmnx for more on AIP

    Framingham Offspring: 1.6 Odds Ratio >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y5fc5adl for more on this Framingham study

    Jeppesen: >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y63xp7lj for more on the Jeppesen study

    Cholesterol Remnants: 25 mg/dL >>> 0.28 mmol/L >>> Very High Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y84u92wm for more on Cholesterol Remnants

    ——CONVENTIONAL MARKERS AND RATIOS——
    Friedewald LDL-C: 134 | Iranian LDL-C: 159
    TC/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 5.68
    TG/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 3.68 | TG/HDL Ratio in mmol/L: 1.58

    NOVEMBER 21 2019

    ===== CholesterolCode.com/Report v0.9.5.15 =====–
    • Male • 54 • Coffee: 2 cups/day •
    • 8 on months on Keto (less than 20g carbs) •
    • .5h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: false •

    Total Cholesterol: 221 mg/dL 5.72 mmol/L
    LDL Cholesterol: 160 mg/dL 4.14mmol/L
    HDL Cholesterol: 49 mg/dL 1.26mmol/L
    TG Cholesterol: 63 mg/dL .71mmol/L

    ———RISK REPORT———
    Atherogenic Index of Plasma: -0.249 mg/dL >>> Lowest Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/ycccmmnx for more on AIP

    Framingham Offspring: 0.7 Odds Ratio >>> Low Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y5fc5adl for more on this Framingham study

    Jeppesen: >>> Medium Risk Third
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y63xp7lj for more on the Jeppesen study

    Cholesterol Remnants: 12 mg/dL >>> 0.14 mmol/L >>> Low Risk
    —-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y84u92wm for more on Cholesterol Remnants

    ——CONVENTIONAL MARKERS AND RATIOS——
    Friedewald LDL-C: 159 | Iranian LDL-C: 136
    TC/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 4.51
    TG/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 1.29 | TG/HDL Ratio in mmol/L: 0.56

  32. Hi Dave

    How will you be selecting people for this experiment? Will you consider people with established disease, family history, MI survivors ?

  33. I would also be interested in participating. I am also a hyper responder. All my numbers are excellent except the high LDL cholesterol.

    My blood pressure is also excellent.

  34. Hi Dave,

    Love what you’re doing improving general Lipoprotein knowledge,
    It occured to me if you’re doing a study, The mobile app I’m already using for my records has a clinic backend.
    Might be worth exploring as it makes it easy to share the data
    https://www.mytherapyapp.com/doctors-pharmacists-nurses

    The other thing, would be to ensure you get a good sampling across the world, Places like here in Australia for instance, we can get the blood testing and most of the other tests for free under medicare, So might make financial sense to maximize the reach of the study.

  35. Sorry, Appended to my last one,

    Forgot to mention, the MyTherapy Pro is Free and In Beta currently, So costs, nothing, Would potentially be even useful to do no directed studies of LDL and Low Carb Diets, I’d be happy to send my data

  36. *The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you werent too busy looking for attention.

  37. Hi Dave,

    3 years on HFLC diet. I would love to help. 38 year old female.
    Total cholesterol 270
    HDL 77
    Triglycerides 44
    LDL 184
    VLDL 9

  38. Hello Dave,
    What a great project!
    I’d love to participate
    32, Male, Lean and active, Keto for 8 months, Carnivore for 6.
    My recent blood work is as follows:
    Total Cholesterol : 386
    LDL : 301
    HDL : 75
    Triglycerides : 48
    Apo b-100 : A2.03
    I live in Vancouver, BC.

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    1. Hi – I don’t believe this is anything within our control, as it’s an automated feature. However, within the emails you’ve received there should be an unsubscribe/opt out option so you no longer receive them. I hope that helps – if not, please let me know.

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  42. Thank you for your work, so important. If looking for additional Hyper-responder:

    My labs, NMR LipoProf (LabCorp) 6/8/2019:

    LDL-P 1636
    LDL-C 150

    HDL-C 105
    Triglycerides 60
    Cholesterol, Total 267
    HDL-P (Total) 34.1
    Small LDL-P <90
    LDL, Size 21.7

    LP-IR Score <25

  43. Just donated – wish it could be more as what you do FANTASTIC – will donate further when possible. Happy to be lab rat. Your calculator says I’m borderline LMHR. 65 y/old female in Australia, fit, low body fat. Everything in good ranges except my LDL. CAC scan 1.5 (yes 1.5). Am long term HFLC/sometimes keto, Use IF/fasting. Not on any medications. My functional medicine doc onside.

  44. Excellent blog you have here but I was wanting to know if you knew of any discussion boards that cover the same topics discussed here? I’d really love to be a part of online community where I can get advice from other knowledgeable individuals that share the same interest. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Appreciate it!

  45. Fifty seven year old male…I’ve been on a LCHF/ carnivore diet for about 1 year. On blood pressure meds only. Recent lipid panel:
    Total: 529 mg/dL
    LDL: 433
    HDL: 80
    Trigl: 77
    Baseline CAC score: 17
    GP freaked, said he never saw numbers that high before. He’s now trying to prescribe a statin and refer me to a cardiologist. Repeated lipid panel per his request. 1 week later after altering my diet to higher carb low fat. Repeat lipid panel results:
    Total: 398
    LDL: 310
    HDL: 72
    Trigl: 77
    My numbers 4 years ago when on Pravachol and standard American diet.
    Total: 157
    LDL: 89
    HDL: 48
    Trigl: 102

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  47. Been listening to Ivor and Dave podcasts…especially discussion of Attia point of view. Great Stuff

    Have been a LCHF loose for a few years which is heartily encouraged by my PCP. Bacon grease is his oil of choice with no reservations.
    Total C 271mg/dL
    Tri 58
    HDL 65
    LDL-C 194
    VLDL 12
    LDL-P 2057
    Small LDL 223 Pattern A
    INSULIN, FASTING 7

    I am doing fabulously at 76 yrs. 6’2″ 160lbs with a belly left over from years and years of SAD. My Omron scale says I have about 17% body fat and 35% muscle. Am moderately athletic with my game of softball in my community…three times a week..before CV-19.
    I use a Freestyle CBG monitor as my blood glucose tends to ave around 115 to 125 during the day and around 100 while sleeping.
    My CAC score in early Jan 2020 was 444. The CGM has shown me I have been a walking diabetic during the days but at blood draws 12 hour fasting, always would see glucose around 95 to 105. So now working on reducing the CAC.
    Thanks for all you are doing.

    A1C 5.4

  48. Started Keto 3 mo ago and had labs drawn today. 39 yo Female
    Tri-57
    LDL Calculated-252
    Chol.-338
    HDL-75

    Interested in your study. MD immediately suggested STATINS. I said hell no!!!

  49. Hmm it seems like your website ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any tips for inexperienced blog writers? I’d really appreciate it.

  50. Hi there. Im a 48year old male living in Denmark. Im 190cm and 84 kgs. Relatively active. If I can be of help I would like to participate in this project. The science of LCHF is the future for health.
    Im 3 months into keto and my lipid values are:
    Total (P): 8,4 mmol/l
    HDL(P): 1,5 mmol/l
    LDL(P): 6,4 mmol/l
    TRI(P): 1,0 mmol/l

    Im new to the low carb lifestyle and Im surprised at the effect it has had on my body and energy. Im so happy that I was able to find a website with the information you provide. I really hope this project goes ahead. Thank you

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