Here are the American Heart Association guidelines for cholesterol levels:
Total cholesterol less than 200HDL greater than 40, ideally greater than 60LDL less than 130Triglycerides less than 200
Even though your total cholesterol is slightly elevated, your HDL is excellent, as well as very good LDL and triglyceride levels. From the numbers you've given, I'd say you are doing very well and have no reason for concern. However, always discuss with your MD who knows your entire medical history.
All the best, Lisa Nelson, RD, LNDiet to Lower Cholesterol Naturally
My total cholesterol is high at 205 but HDL=90; LDL=100 and trigl.=73 - should I be concerned?