Cholesterol 179 mg/dl (125-200) .......If this is your Total Cholesterol Level it is good.
Triglyceride 202 mg/dl (<150).............Your Triglyceride is on the low end of high.
LDL Cholesrol 109 mg/dl (<130) .........If this is your LDL. Good.
HDL Cholesterol 30 mg/dl (>or = 46).....Not only is this just too low. It's dangerously low.
While higher HDL levels are connected with good cardiovascular health, no medication used to increase HDL has been proven to improve health. In other words, while high HDL levels might relate with better cardiovascular health, increasing your HDL might not increase your cardiovascular health. The remaining likelihoods are that either good cardiovascular health causes high HDL levels, or this is a coincidence with no contributory link.
What!.....on top of what was already done?