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Jan 15

Take. This. Survey.

With this vital survey (5-8m of your time), we’re looking to gather a very large number of entries for our anonymised data pool. We’ll post graphs of the data in future articles and it will allow for strong information on some important decisions ahead.

Thank you in advance for your contribution to the data!

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Sarbari Gomes
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Sarbari Gomes

Hi, i have submitted the information for the survey. Have a particular interest in knowing that if my data is as follows: Total Ch.: 374, LDL: 231, HDL: 83.4 , Triyglycerides: 83 but Remnant Cholesterol is 60, should I be worried? thank you for answering.

Greg Virissimo
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Greg Virissimo

You are fine. Your TRG:HDL ratio is very low. Your risk of CVD very low. LDL alone is not a consistent measure of CVD. Your TRG:HDL ratio is only 1. Below 2 is considered very good. You are super good. Clean arteries for sure. Skeet skeet boom boom.
Watch this short video if you want to know more.

Siobhan Huggins
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Hi, sometimes this can happen if the LDL isn’t calculated with the friedewald equation. Friedewald LDL is listed at the bottom if you run your numbers through the report tool. You can then pop that in and you can RC of 17, which is about what I’d expect from the other numbers. Hope that helps! 🙂

Bill Sherman
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Bill Sherman

I started a LCHF diet in August, 2018. My most recent blood work at that time was in May, 2018: Total chol.- 194; HDL-36; LDL-136; Tg- 112. By June, 2019 the comparable numbers were: 293,51,224,71. However in Oct, 2019 my results were; 356,50,283,98. The increase in my Tg concerned me. Had a test done on 2/5/20 and results were: 287,55,207,125 (full disclosure-I started a statin in late December to placate my Dr.) However, the Tg trend has become a big concern. I would appreciate any comments. My research indicates possible kidney issues.

Gregory
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Gregory

Higher TG can be present during ongoing weight loss.. Is this a possibility for you?

Siobhan Huggins
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Hi Bill – I’m not a doctor and thus can’t give medical advice, but the increase from 71 mg/dL to 98 mg/dL, in my experience, could have just been normal fluctuation. However, I agree that the last result would lead me to want to investigate further if it were me. There are many things that can cause an increase in triglycerides. The number one is if you are not 12-14 hours water only fasted (e.g. fast too long, or not long enough). Do you know if you were fully water fasted (no coffee, no tea, etc) for all of these tests?
If you were, you may also want to check into this post and see if anything sounds familiar – and if you have further questions please feel free to follow up and I’ll help to the best of my ability. 🙂

Marjorie Ellis
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Marjorie Ellis

–===== Cholesterol..Code.com/Report v0.9.5.15
Actually started a low carb high fat WOE May 2017 gradually got into KETOf.. and have even done some Carnisvorish…. I am on T4 only Thyroid Medication…labs do not show Hashimotos… however, my C Peptide is LOW as is my Fasting Insulin…. A1C: 5.2
**********************************Previous numbers/Nov 23, 2019 = Total: 361, LDL:243, HDL: 109, Trigs: 43******************** Latest labs from 2/3/2020:

• Female • 59.75 • Coffee: 0 cups/day •
• 12 on months on Keto (less than 20g carbs) •
• 13+h water fasted • Cholesterol Rx: false •

Total Cholesterol: 294 mg/dL 7.6 mmol/L
LDL Cholesterol: 192 mg/dL 4.97mmol/L
HDL Cholesterol: 88 mg/dL 2.28mmol/L
TG Cholesterol: 46 mg/dL 0.52mmol/L

———RISK REPORT———
Atherogenic Index of Plasma: -0.642 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: >>> Lowest Risk Third
—-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y63xp7lj for more on the Jeppesen study

Cholesterol Remnants: 14 mg/dL >>> 0.1 mmol/L >>> Low Risk
—-> Go to https://tinyurl.com/y84u92wm for more on Cholesterol Remnants

——CONVENTIONAL MARKERS AND RATIOS——
Friedewald LDL-C: 197 | Iranian LDL-C: 153
TC/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 3.34
TG/HDL Ratio in mg/dL: 0.52 | TG/HDL Ratio in mmol/L: 0.23

Siobhan Huggins
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Hi – could you clarify what you mean by a low C-peptide and insulin? Sometimes Lean Mass Hyper-responders can have “low” going by lab reference ranges but “sufficient” going by glucose homeostatic control. Thanks for submitting your numbers as well!

Chris
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Chris

Hi Dave and Siobhan, here are my numbers from November 2018 to November 2019. In may I was in the hospital, which they later suspect as Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Cardiologist insists I take a statin, but he just sees the LDL levels, and not my Trigs or HDL. what are your thoughts? Ive been on a Keto diet since march 2019, I went from 233 lbs to currently 175 lbs…

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