Mr Ben Greendield states.... 'If you’re going to eat a high fat diet, then you need to ensure your fasted blood glucose levels are staying at around 70-90mg/dL, and your hemoglobin A1C (a 3 month “snapshot” of your glucose) is staying below 5.5. If not, your high fat diet could actually be significantly hurting you.'
Here assumption is 'The longer cholesterol circulates in your bloodstream, the higher the likelihood that it will dig its way into an endothelial wall and potentially contribute to atherosclerosis or plaque formation. '
But not specifying which cholesterol????Does he means even HDL will also dig its way into endothelial wall????
What if HDL to LDL ratio is good( which is always seen with LCHF followers) still LCHF dieter will face problem???