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... Wow. I don't know about this diet. I can get behind no red meat or poultry, but not shunning fish. And I can get behind cutting out most oils but not olive and avocado. And no nuts? ... (32 replies)
... the types of fats you consume can have a significant effect on your LDL and HDL levels. ... (2 replies)
Mar 23, 2009
... Avoid sugars, simple carbohydrates, and alcohol. ... (4 replies)

... fats from hydrogenated oils. These are common in processed foods and fast food restaurants. ... (9 replies)
... A low fat diet doesn't seem to do much for cholesterol. Your body is going to make it anyway. My cholesterol dropped steeply when I went on a low carb diet. I eat a moderate amount of fat, healthy ones like avocados and olive oil, but also butter. My HDL is 78. ... (34 replies)
... That could be the Achille's Heel difference between your diet and Ornish's. ... (15 replies)
... There are lots of different opinions on this, but IMHO Ornish got it all wrong. The only bad fat is trans fat. And depriving your self of adequate fat screws up the lipid profile. All those carbs you replace the fat with increases triglycerides. And HDL comes down. ... (15 replies)
... and I have eaten avocados and all natural peanut butter. ... (15 replies)
... isnt the fat and cholesterol in it oxidized do to pasturization? ... (26 replies)
... I am really confused and upset with my last cholesterol test. Four months ago, I had my annual check up and my numbers weren't good. ... (8 replies)
... is very low, 28. That is usually because he's not eating enough healthy fats. I know you said you eat healthy and I'm sure you think you do, but the numbers don't indicate a proper balance. Have him cut back on carbs. Try to stick to things with a low glycemic index. ... (10 replies)
... have both gone up. You didn't post your triglycerides. It would be helpful to know that number as well. Just as many people die of heart attacks that have low cholesterol so it's not necessarily an indicator of imminent death. Eat healthy fats like lean meats, nuts, avocados, etc. ... (8 replies)
... eds to come down a little, so fiber foods like oatmeal, apples, etc. Don't know your trigs, but if they're high you should cut down on carbs like sweets, breads, and pastas. ... (12 replies)
... Looks like you have most of the lifestyle stuff in order, and only the LDL may be a problem. ... (8 replies)
... is monounsaturated, and 1. ... (1 replies)
... Your overall cholesterol is very low. ... (4 replies)
... fats and hydrogenated oils. ... (5 replies)
... Increase your consumption of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. True whole grains are things like barley, quinoa, popcorn, brown rice, bulgur, etc. ... (11 replies)
... I already exercised, and was not overweight. I still exercise and only weigh 2 pounds less since I have changed my diet. Maybe my HDL will go down and my TG will go up now because of this? ... (12 replies)
... pb and olive oil but I added them in to raise my HDL. ... (15 replies)

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