A lot of questions
1. I've no problems with magnesium
2. My lp(a) is at the moment around 100 nmol (ref.value 75 nmol)
3. BMI: 19
4. Body fat: 8%
5. Since around 8 years I eat "paleo"
6. I eat when I feel hungry
thanks for indulging me!
so 100nmol which is high, ou want to be less than 75nmol(<30mg/dl)
https://www.docsopinion.com/health-and- ... protein-a/
you remind me of a guy I knew years ago, whom I played racquetball with, pretty fit/lean guy, had total cholesterol way over 300...
what do you mean you eat "paleo"? that's not very clear to me, what foods make up your diet?
google tells me:
a diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and excluding dairy or grain products and processed food.
so you eat a high fat diet with lots of meat?
I'll ask why eat so much meat?
This study says eating more than 500g of meat increases risk of cancer,
Food sources of nitrates and nitrites: the physiologic context for potential health benefits
. A systematic review indicated that up to ≈500 g (≈18 oz) weekly of red meat can be consumed without cancer risk. However, review panelists could not determine a safe consumption level for processed meat; cancer risk was shown to increase with any consumption of processed meats based on a meta-analysis of cohort studies showing an increased risk of colorectal cancer with increased intakes of processed meats
then dr mcdougall explains how fat/american diet leads to cancer
look at 9:25 )
Dr. McDougall Webinar: The Dietary Treatment of Cancer
and then ornish diet(low fat) has beneifts as this site explains
and as the study i referenced explain, a low fat diet increases Nitrix Oxide in the body, which does good things(like boners)
I'm suprised a lean dude like you has a high LpA, since that means you have a higher risk for CAD, since of this survery showing BMI under 25 has a low risk of cancer/.CAD
do you lift weights/do cardio?
how old are you?
what is your supplemental routine?