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They just did biometric testing at my work, and my

They just did biometric testing at my work, and my numbers were pretty shocking. My HDL is 94, LDL is 38, and Triglycerides are 48. I'm a healthy 35 year old woman who takes no regular medications. I also sit at a desk all day, don't exercise often, or eat incredibly well (not terrible, but definitely room for improvement). Is there something genetic at play here? Should I be worried that my numbers were SO low?
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