'Bulletproof' Coffee May Hike Lipids

May 18, 2014

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.”