Vitamin D supplementation raises HDL enormously, says William Davis:
Add vitamin D to achieve our target serum level . . . HDL jumps to 50, 60, 70, even 90 mg/dl.
The first few times this occurred, I thought it was an error or fluke. But now that I’ve witnessed this effect many dozens of time, I am convinced that it is real. Just today, I saw a 40-year old man whose starting HDL was 25 mg/dl increase to 87 mg/dl.
Responses like this are supposed to be impossible. Before vitamin D, I had never witnessed increases of this magnitude.
Thanks to Dave Lull.