Juliegee wrote: Dayspring's answers:
With respect to fat in take - if one wants to choose that for part of a low carb diet or ketogenic diet because they have insulin resistance - one would have to monitor apoB and LDL-P. If they go up, especially if accompanied by increased desmosterol or lathosterol levels (indicating a sat fat induced hyperabsorption of cholesterol) then one could consider reducing saturated fat intake
marthaNH wrote:A followup question then, Stavia -- if you have a sterol absorption problem, does this increase LDL-P? Or is the only way to know this extra test that it's hard (for me) to get?
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