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... Hi I'm new as well and looking for clarity/answers. A little background on me: I'm 42 yo female 5'1" 118 lbs busy working mom with 3 kids (age 11-15) little time for exercise I think I eat healthy (fish, rice, soybeans, vegetbles, chicken, pork..and not too much red meat (occasional burger), chips and salsa, occasional glass of red wine) I'm not an over-eater, but I... (10 replies)
... mcoll, Yes, that 2800 is very properly called "grossly lipemic" means that in a deciliter of blood (100 cc's) you have 2.8 grams of fat or almost 3% fat. That is the most dire of situations. Your doctor will almost certainly put you on one of the fibrates like Lopid or Tricor and recommend a VERY low fat diet along with sugar restriction. Make sure you have... (10 replies)
... My triglycerides were 2800. I just got the results on Saturday from a blood test Friday. ... (10 replies)

... Sometimes after a very fatty meal, a blood draw can be almost milky looking from the gross amounts of fat that it is carrying. ... (10 replies)
... How long did you fast before having the blood drawn? ... (10 replies)
Originally posted by Gabriel: ... My diet is what I'd call "normal."
What do you define as "normal"? Can you be more specific on the type and quantities of food and drinks that you consume?
Triglicerides were 778... (29 replies)
What to eat????
May 22, 2004
... emia relates to blood so... fat in the blood. ... (13 replies)
... Hi. I'm a new member to the board here and also to the Internet in general. First, I'm 31 male. No serious medical history other than appendix out, and wisdom teeth. I've been disabled for a year due to chronic pain (no relation to cholesterol). Family history has no diseases. I don't smoke or drink or use drugs. My diet is what I'd call "normal." 10 months ago my... (29 replies)
... White blood cell count 11. ... (4 replies)

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