I recently got some bloodwork done. Just turned 25.
Total cholesterol was above 11mmol/l LDL cholesterol was above 9mmol/l HDL was 1.41 mmol/L Triglycerides were 1.06 mmol/L
Background: for the past 2-3 weeks I've been dieting with a fairly big deficit, around 1000 calories per day. So I've been eating fairly high protein as a percent of macros. Trying to get around 190 grams per day (I'm around 198lbs, six pack)
Anyway, my (calculated) LDL is too high. If it was just kinda high like you guys post sometimes I'd be okay with it. But it is super high.
Wonder if this factors in to the acute pancreatitis I suffered a few months ago. Maybe high cholesterol contributed to some very small gallstone which blocked the pancreatic duct. No idea.
Yes, I'm going back for measure of the different LDL particles when I can. Still I think the number is abnormally high and may have something to do with the liver not uptaking or excreting excess cholesterol.
Edit: Conversion of LDL into ng/dl is 357.