Julie, how should we access if our HDL is "functioning" (by a high particle count number, size or maybe both)?
I struggle to get my HDL over 40.
I think I saw somewhere that exercise has a strong beneficial effect on HDL.
I've got the diet/supplements/sleep down pretty good.
I had better start focusing more on the exercise, now.
Julie G wrote:For now, if you have high HDL-C, but advanced lipid testing shows a low number of smaller particles, that may be a clue that it's not functioning well.Julie, how should we access if our HDL is "functioning" (by a high particle count number, size or maybe both)?
I am getting lab work done next week, and I am just wondering, besides the regular total cholesterol, HDL and LDL tests, and trigs, what other tests should I ask for to give me a clearer picture of where I stand regarding my lipid profile?
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