That's a typical pattern when you do Paleo:
- LDL increases in most, though not all, people
- Trigs go down (but your Trigs were already low to begin with: were you LCing prior to going Paleo?)
- HDL goes up: are you taking fish oil, coconut oil, dry red wine, avocadoes; exercise regularly?
- Vit D won't move up significantly unless you supplement at 5k or 10k IU for 3-4 months. Depending on your latitude, if you're doing 10k per day, I would retest in 2 months and check your level. You should be >=70.
But those are overall, pretty good numbers: HDL at 38% of your TC. Trigs / HDL under 1. When your Trigs are 50, the LDL particle size would tend to be large and bouncy, rather than small and atherogenic.
But this is only based on your lipids. You could still have CVD risks based on inflammation or other independent risk factors. You might want to measure inflammation cytokines or other markers of CVD risk like IL-6, CRP, Ferritin, Fibrinogen, LP(a), blood pressure, etc. Your lipid #s tell only half the story. The rest is well-hidden and tucked away unless you probe with your forensic magnifying lens.