Looking again at my cholesterol levels. They are seriously low. (Bad) Cholesterol is at the optimal level, which is the lowest point. (Good) Cholesterol are also at the lowest point but is actually a danger for heart disease. I need to get them from 36 to 60 or higher for that to be optimal and protect against heart disease. That means a lot of fish, vegetables, and nuts. Fish will mostly contain salmon and tuna. Vegetables will have to be avocados, corn oil, olive oil, onions. Nuts will be walnuts, almonds, and pistachios if I can afford those.
But I have a lot of these things already, especially onions (No that’s not signaling that this is a joke). I have fish quite often, corn and olive oil are what I cook with most. And I have nuts on occasion. Why are the good cholesterol levels so low?