Bloodwork On 3 Months Of Bp Diet, High Ldl-P :(
I've been on BP diet for 3 months very strict now. Eating a lot of quality fats. Got an NMR Lipoprofile done yesterday. Here are the results:
LDL-P: 1496 nmol/L
LDL-C (calc): 157 mg/dL
HDL-C: 66 mg/dL
Triglyc: 39 mg/dL
Total Chol: 231 mg/dL
I haven't ever had an NMP Lipoprofile done in the past, but here is my standard lipid profile from a year ago when I was on low-fat paleo:
LDL-P: never measured
LDL-C (calc): 106 mg/dL
HDL-C: 61 mg/dL
Triglyc: 34 mg/dL
Total Chol: 174 mg/dL
So it looks like my LDL went up significantly. It went from Low to Borderline High. I'm a 28 year old male. And high LDL-P is the #1 proven cause of heart disease. So it looks like BP diet is not healthy for me and I have to discontinue eating butter, oil, bacon, etc.
Right now I eat lots of chocolate, kerry's gold, eggs, bacon, grass fed steak, wild alaskan salmon, olive oil, spinach, arugala, tomatoes, whey concenrate, and frozen organic berries. That has been my diet now for the last 3 months. I prepare all of my meals so I know everything I've been eating for the last 3 months.
Very disappointing. This is conclusive proof to me that Bulletproof does NOT work, as least for my physiology. You might be losing weight, but that doesn't mean you are healthy.
Thoughts? Anyone had similar results? What did you do?
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