Interpreting Lipid Profiles

with Daniel Roytas


Duration: 2 hours (90 mins webinar + 30 mins Q & A)

CPE points: 2

For inquiries please email [email protected]


Webinar Information


Interpreting Lipid Profiles


Poor old cholesterol, it’s been unfairly demonized for decades. It’s been blamed for causing diseases like atherosclerosis, heart attacks, stroke, transient ischaemic attacks and peripheral arterial disease. In reality, cholesterol is not the cause of the problem, but rather a response by our body to protect us against the real underlying causes of the problem. The currently available treatments are focused around reducing cholesterol levels. These treatments are reactive, they don’t address the cause of the problem and actually hinder our body’s ability to heal itself.  

In this webinar, we are going to explore what cholesterol does in the human body, why there is not such thing as good or bad cholesterol, why elevated cholesterol levels are actually a beneficial response and why therapies targeted towards stripping cholesterol out of the body or inhibiting its hepatic synthesis are actually doing more harm than good.

The main focus of this webinar will be about how to interpret lipid profiles which includes the following analytes;

  • Total cholesterol
  • HDL
  • LDL
  • Cholesterol to HDL ratio
  • ApoA
  • ApoB
  • LpA
  • Triglycerides

A range of therapeutic strategies for patients with low and high cholesterol levels will also be discussed.

This is a recording of a live webinar on Interpreting Lipid Profiles from a Functional Medicine Perspective. Simply click on the link below to get your ticket. It’s time to change our way of thinking about cholesterol once and for all. If you haver any questions don’t hesitate to contact [email protected]

Daniel Roytas MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM.

Daniel is a naturopath, nutritionist and physical therapist with over 10 years clinical experience. He has lectured at many of Australia's leading natural medicine colleges and Universities and is currently the senior lecturer of nutritional medicine at a leading educational institute. He has authored several chapters in a number of textbooks on Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and delivered webinars and face to face lecturers on interpreting blood tests and clinical examination for over 5 years. Daniel is passionate about helping clinicians improve their knowledge so that they can get optimal outcomes for their clients.