Over at the PaNu forum, there is a thread on this that you might enjoy reading.
In Good Calories, Bad Calories, Taubes points out that high LDL levels generally do not correlate with cardiovascular disease. Low HDL levels do, however; so I place more importance on that number.
In the results of the "Get With The Program" (GWTP) study, they found the following [the study looked at over 100,000 coronary artery disease (CAD) hospitalizations and tried to correlate them to, among other things, blood lipid levels]:
- Three quarters of the patients had LDL < 130 mg/DL
- HDL > 60 mg/DL was observed in only 7.8% of patients.
This to me is consistent with Taubes's analysis. Your reference ranges in nmol/L are not familiar to me, so I can't speak to your LDL and Total Cholesterol. But your HDL levels are very good. Triglycerides look good. To lower your risk, I would suggest going even more toward 100% paleo.
The importance of the LDL level is hotly debated. It seems that not all LDL particles are created equal. Total cholesterol is not particularly meaningful. Don't drink the Kool-Aid!