HDL, LDL, CHOLESTEROL-SCIENCE

TheSuppGuy

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Hey guys.

I'm wondering if your diet can affect your HDL and LDL, let's say you eat good fats and cut all junk and bad fats out, will this affect it? And what other factors play a role? Does genetics affect it? To what degree does your diet affect it? Let's say one switches to an AMAZING and perfect diet/nutrition plan, how is this going to affect it and to what degree?

Reminder: I want to read your thoughts, but more importantly actual studies regarding this. And if anyone can actually confirm how it works, it would be very helpful!
 

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Fats aren’t the enemy when it comes to blood lipids, it’s sugar.
 

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I'll make a post here in a few days on this. DM me I'd I don't reply in the next 72 hrs as I have ri get up early but I feel this is a very important topic.
 
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Subbed for info
 

Jeremyk1

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https://cholesterolcode.com

This guy has some good info about cholesterol. I believe he’s a mechanical engineer or something, and he set out to “reverse engineer” the bodies systems in regards to cholesterol. He does a good job explaining it and he also does a ton of experiments on himself. It’s pretty interesting.
 

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