For instance, his total cholesterol jumped from 248 to 282, HDL from 59 to 66, LDL from 180 to 198, and triglycerides from 41 to 73. The apolipoprotein scan revealed a level of 133, which was high-risk, Nadolsky said. He attributed it to the bulletproof coffee intake.
The numbers don’t lie.
The keyword, though, is “may.” As stated in the article, “he’s planning a follow-up study to determine the wider effects of the trend.”