I just had my cholesterol checked last week, got results today. I don't remember triglycerides, but I'm sure my totals were all okay.
(can't remember, I guess 199-32 = 167 ?)
I've found that I have high cholesterol eating as much as I do, especially on AAS, if I eat a high-carb diet. I am just coming off of test 800 and masteron 400/wk eating AD style, about 450g of fat per day (balanced of course), I only eat veggies 2-3x/wk (I've been lazy, busy, not hungry--humidity/heat/summer), and I just started doing regular cardio about two weeks ago. I'm giving most all of the credit to a low-carb, balanced-fat eating lifestyle.
I do eat 20-40g/day of fish oil (to get a proper balance) and two full servings of a greens superfood each day. But given that I could have been doing cardio and eating veggies, I think that this diet is something to consider for those having cholesterol problems while on AAS.
I will say that my HDL could be higher, but I don't think it's ever been 40 or above (I am genetically inclined to have bad cholesterol). If my cholesterol goes up or down it's just manipulation of LDL, regardless of AAS. I'm going to include multiple veggies every day and continue the cardio, so I'll let you guys know in a couple months if I can get my HDL levels up.
Anyway, sharing my experiences and something to consider.