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HDL: What's Optimal For Minimizing Disease Risk And Maximizing Longevity?


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Meta-analysis for the association between HDL with all-cause mortality risk has identified HDL levels 55 - 60 mg/dL range as optimal. However, that data includes subjects up to 85y-in the video, I present data for 85y - 115yr olds that additionally suggests HDL in the 55 - 60 mg/dL range as optimal. In addition, I show my own HDL data over the past 15 years (n=34), the correlation for HDL with my diet, and how I plan on consistently increasing my 15-year average HDL of ~44 mg/dL to the 50's.
 

 

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