I'm male in my 50's, normal height and weight with BMI=24. I wonder whether I'm eating too much fat. I eat about 50g of total fat daily from raw almonds, plus fat from other food sources which isn't much. However, almond fat is 95% mono- and polyunsaturated, and I have been eating it in the belief that is is beneficial in helping to increase HDL. My total cholesterol is 130, HDL is 46 and LDL is 74. What I wonder is, am I eating "too much" fat? Or, doesn't it matter because it's primarily the "good" fat?