Estatinas, hiperrespuesta LDL y el inoportuno MRFIT

A una de cada cuatro personas que decida aventurarse por la senda de la dieta cetogénica, le tocará enfrentarse a su «hiperrespuesta LDL» cuando se encuentre con un aumento notable del colesterol LDL (el comúnmente apodado «malo»), que además no vendrá solo, sino con una firme invitación a abandonar ipso facto esa nueva dieta y de medicarse para reducirlo… con estatinas.

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