Just make sure to keep inflammation under control by limiting omega 6 fatty acids and getting enough omega 3 from fish/fish oil/brains. I can't stress that enough. Also be sure to get enough of all of the essential nutrients and make sure to have high vitamin d levels. Magnesium may be an essential supplement. You should see massive improvements if you get everything right Your triglycerides are high and HDL is low but that will likely resolve itself after a few months. Triglycerides are usually associated with high insulin and that can be resolved through nutrition and controlling inflammation. Mike Eades notes that high LDL has more to do with inflammation and the related over-stimulation of the HMG CoA reductase enzyme, also caused by high insulin caused by inflammation of the liver.
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