Tell your doctor VAP test or GTFO. Particle side matters a lot more than simple LDL level. When the standard tests measure LDL they measure total volume so people eating a lot of good fats and few carbs have "high LDL" because their particles are huge pattern A lipoproteins rather than the dangerous little ones. Huge is difficult to oxidize, small is easy to oxidize and that's where the danger is. Your HDL looks good and your trygs look good and those are far more of a predictor of heart disease risk than HDL to LDL.
Probably see Griff's cholesterol thread in primal research. He puts it quite eloquently.
Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.
Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!