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High HDL - low triglycerides

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by lioness7, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. lioness7

    lioness7 Gold

    As I was going through some papers, I found some old blood work....Though I know higher Hdl levels are good, and low triglycerides are better, what is too high / too low? I have been meaning to ask this forever, but kept forgetting. My HDL was 132 , LDL 96, triglycerides 46.9. Of course , this is creating a total cholesterol of 238. Should I be concerned about the high/low hdl/tri's? After researching high hdl levels, I was left with the impression that it could be an inflammatory response (Vit D 61, coming out of winter, with RBC folate @ 1912 nmol/l - 843 ng/ml (methylation issues?), which I think is high as well given a b12 of 512 and ferritin of 14 ug/l - no symptoms)... So tricky with the SI Units and conventional units so I hope I am not making mistakes in calculating my canadian figures. I am waiting for my 23andme test to come back for guidance as well. Any comments are greatly appreciated.
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2013
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    this means your zeta is excellent.......you have built up a redundant system to protect you from EMF.
     
  3. Patty Cakes

    Patty Cakes Silver

    Congrats on your zeta potential! You are probably one of a few people who are that good. How do you feel?
     

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