Recently got bloodwork done and my total cholesterol was 396.
The following dietary changes and supplements were recommended by some very knowledgable guys on this forum:
Eliminate eggs and red meat, replace animal fat with olive oil, avocados, nuts, and seeds. Eat lower carb using vegetables...
Looks good to me, I would just maybe add some NAC because of superdrol. If you have never used GH before, I would recommend buying a blood glucose meter and periodically checking your fasting glucose. 5 IUs is enough to make most people pre-diabetic with time.
Missed your post at first, is it a hyper response to cholesterol, saturated fat, or both?
I've always had a meat rich diet, but it wasn't until keto my blood cholesterol skyrocketed, which makes me think high animal fat intake is the culprit, and not the actual cholesterol content of my diet.
I agree with you for the most part, but I am in great shape and was/am eating very clean.
Points you've made that could apply to me:
I was 5 months into keto at the time of the 400 cholesterol score
Eating 4-8 eggs a day
Eating tons of coconut products
What would you consider moderate fat...
Mk is also prescribed at up to 40 mg in high end HRT clinics now, it's not just some random research chem anymore. Obviously not all prescription drugs are super safe, but that's got to say something for its safety profile.