Hubbs, did you notice that your glucose was better controlled with slightly higher fat, 65% vs. 50%? Also, did your elevated fasting BG improve with higher fat? I went back and found your NMR results and see what you're up against. FWIW, I still think working on your higher glucose numbers will also reduce your small LDL-P.
Lumia, nice to see you posting again
. I agree with Stavia & others that in general glucose trumps lipids BUT you mention dyslipidemia. Can you better describe that for us? Dyslipidemia typically refers to high LDL, low HDL, and high TGs... in which case replacing some carbs with healthy (unsaturated) fats should also help with that. Have you checked your advanced lipids? A1c? Fasting glucose & insulin?