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... Are these acceptable cholesterol levels? ... (1 replies)
... If I can reduce and keep my cholesterol within acceptable limits without taking any medication, even better. The optimum situation would be to keep cholesterol levels within range by diet only. ... (24 replies)
Son's cholesterol
Dec 16, 2011
... The NHLBI recommends the following guidelines for cholesterol levels in children and teenagers (ages 2 to 19) from families with high blood cholesterol or early heart disease: Total cholesterol LDL-cholesterol Acceptable Less than 170 mg (18 replies)

... Generally Cholesterol levels are controlled by food intake and exercise. The body actually manufactures all the cholesterol that it needs for metabolism so anything we take in as food sources is an excess of what the body needs. ... (2 replies)
... The usual criteria indicate that HDL less than 40 indicates increased risk. Increasing exercise and avoiding trans-fats from hydrogenated oils (common in processed foods and fast food restaurants) are the usual non-drug ways of increasing HDL. The usual criteria for LDL vary depending on other risk factors. Less than 100 is considered optimal, though slightly above is... (1 replies)
... the high side for your height. That is fine if it is due to lots of muscle, but if there is a lot of jiggly stuff in the middle, losing some of it may help your cholesterol levels. ... (3 replies)
... re each processed in a different part of the liver. So he said Lescol was synthetic and persuaded me to try 20 mg. No problems after six months and lower but not acceptable chol levels. Tried 40 mg. Slightly better but not good enough. Then Lescol XL 80 mg. Still no problems 18 months later and chol levels all OK now. ... (39 replies)
... acceptable levels' of cholesterol are not the same for everybody. ... (24 replies)
... What proof and scientific evidence is there to show what desirable levels are? ... (24 replies)
... Good info. I did not know that to much olive oil can have an opposite affect. Originally he told me to cook with more olive oil and and eat more fish. But I honestly did not know that one could get to much. I was getting ready to take a couple of teaspoons of Olive oil a day, not a good idea perhaps? :confused: Good to know. Yes, I have used these as well thinking... (30 replies)
... Very good. This helps me alot. Why is total cholesterol misleading? ... (30 replies)
... if you went overboard on the olive oil and "good fats" you should know that too much of any fat, yup, even good fat can rake havoc on your cholesterol levels. ... (30 replies)
... Hi everyone, I'm 50 years old and I've been on statins for a long time, probably 15 years. All the male side of my family have a history of heart disease and even with dietary changes my HDL is low and my LDL is high - on statins it is acceptable. I decided a long time ago that my energy levels were not the same as my peers, particularly when exercising, it actually became a... (2 replies)
... Good day, more monacolins means more quantity converted to statin. do we know how much of 10.2mg monacolins turns to statin? pharmaceutical Statins comes to 5mg, 10 mg up to 40mg. Someone below 45 years old who has never taken statins and has chol. numbers below 300 mg/dl, I believe (just a personal non-doctor opinion) that can start with 5mg of statin per day check... (13 replies)
... mg of Nature's Plus RYR is regarded as a maintenance dose. It is recommended to take an initial dose of 1200mg for three months, then have your levels checked. If the results are acceptable, then reduce to 600mg per day. ... (13 replies)
May 13, 2009
... cholesterol levels have plummeted on 20mg of Crestor. I don't want to question my doctors' judgement, but I can't help feeling somewhat concerned. ... (9 replies)
... I have total cholesterol of 298. LDL of 210, HDL of 47 and 206 of triglycerides. I am an otherwise healthy 32 yo male. I have had a history of snabolic steroid use. ... (0 replies)
... dl is acceptable. Your cholesterol is fine. ... (4 replies)
... the lower strength RYR may be just enough to get that persons cholesterol down to acceptable levels and is a good alternative to statins and their side effects. ... (15 replies)
I need help!
Dec 16, 2006
... Nice going !!!! You have , as hey say< "hit the nail on the head". Your right about million and mllions smoking with no outward health problems, but if you could look at the inside of their lungs, it 's a different ballgame. Tar coated lung sachs covered with tar like substance decreasing the amount of oxygen the body needs. I see people with oxygen tanks,tubes and in... (8 replies)

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