LDL: What's Optimal For Health And Longevity?

LDL is arguably the most debated biomarker in terms of what's optimal for health. In the video, I present data showing that 100 - 140, not 50 - 70 mg/dL may be optimal in terms of minimizing disease risk and maximizing longevity.


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    michael lustgarten Thank you for posting, will check it out

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    • John
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    Great synopsis as usual. You mentioned the equivalent papers on optimum LDL longevity levels for subject taking statins. Can you point me to them? Thanks

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  • Do you think that the more, the better? For some reason, this video does not seem reliable enough because it did not convince me. Perhaps you can talk to me about LDL in the comments? I would like to know why you trust this source. I read different information on activecarehealth.com However. I'd never heard how vital the optimal cholesterol level in the blood is until this moment. Now I wanted to check all the information I heard not to feel insecure about this issue. So, thank you for this video.

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