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... Well, I don't know exactly what did it because I ended the month on a different note than I started supplement wise. ... (12 replies)
... Following Dr. Ornish's reversal diet as I do can be challenging. ... (24 replies)
... I did a search for a couple of these things first and found little on them on this site. ... (13 replies)

... we won't test it'. It is a major hidden cause of heart disease. ... (10 replies)
... I'd recommend dropping the toast, bananas, granola bars, corn, rice and potatoes. If you do go with rice, make sure it's brown rice. Mashed potatoes is pretty much a useless food, little nutritional value and lots of carbs. ... (20 replies)
... Fat intake keeps your HDL high. That is, if you eat a cube of butter a day, your HDL will improve quite a bit. However, moderation is key. No one is recommending you eat a cube of butter... can't be too good for anyone. ... (11 replies)
... ignorance is part of it...or should i say lack of education. however for a lot of people it is they don't give a rip about tomorrrow, they want what they want today. Too many kids know only instant gradification. ... (9 replies)
What to eat????
May 22, 2004
... When elevated cholesterol is first discovered in a person without heart disease, doctors often start patients on the Step I diet recommended by the American Heart Association and NCEP. ... (13 replies)
... A good way of increasing HDL's is to increase your fish intake. Try eating oily fish two times a week. Salmon and tuna are especially good. ... (13 replies)
Mandie....
Jul 6, 2002
... Hi kiddo..Now I hope I don't put myself on your NASTY list, as I am just trying to give you a little insight here. ... (19 replies)


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