Hi J. Rockett,
The normal range for LDL is 70-130 mg/dl. Depending on your situation, your MD may want LDL to be less than 100 mg/dl.
HDL is beneficial to heart health, so usually high HDL levels (>60 mg/dl) are desirable and protect against heart disease. However, not a lot of research has been completed on HDL levels greater than 100. It's best to speak with your MD to evaluate your risk.
All the best,
Lisa Nelson, RD, LN
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