Only a minority of Type 2 diabetics (TOFI's like me) will encounter this situation when they try a Low Carb or Keto 'way of eating'. At first I thought you had to be really lean (not just not overweight) and really fit in order to fall into this category, but apparently the cut off is a BMI of under 25 (at your fattest). So I almost sneak in OK so my HDL and LDL don't quite make it up there either, but you get the drift! Incidentally this doesn't take the view that such an elevated LDL is OK in the context of high HDL, low triglycerides and a Low Carb way of eating. Just that there are other people like this and so you're not a walking 'dead person'. It's also reassuring for anybody with Type 2 who is overweight/obese and concerned that a Low Carb Higher Fat diet would raise their LDL - the evidence shows it's unlikely to do so!