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Is High Cholesterol Dangerous on a Low-Carb Diet?


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Is high cholesterol dangerous on a low-carb diet? For some people, the “bad” LDL cholesterol goes up, while other aspects improve (like the “good” HDL cholesterol). So, both good and bad changes at the same time.

What does that mean? How should situations like that be handled?

Here’s the start of my interview with the fantastic Dr. Sarah Hallberg, from the recent Low Carb Vail conference.

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2 Comments

  1. Val
    Does starting to have cream, butter, olive oil, cheese, full fat milk etc contribute to increased risk of gall bladder problems?
  2. Zepp
    Yes if one have gall stones!

    The thing is that gallstones is becuse one dont eat much fat, the bile is then concentrated and can form stones.. if one dont use it.

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