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... Why do I not advocate diets very low in meat and eggs? ... (12 replies)
... my saturated fat intake. I'll also continue my 1hr of daily exercise. ... (13 replies)
... When I had my first cholesterol screening test in the very early 70's as I recall when even HDL and LDL or triglycerides weren't really made anything of, I was in the upper 230's and I believe I was told that was a bit high, 200 is healthier. ... (14 replies)

... oz of white meat lean or fish a day. I think you can lower your Trigs on alot of veggies, fruit, and whole grains.. ... (5 replies)
... My triglycerides are 308. ... (5 replies)
... HDL is not just a denser form of LDL. HDL and LDL have different proteins attached which respond to different cell receptors. They serve very different functions. ... (19 replies)
... density lipoprotein, which leads to premature atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries. ... (18 replies)
... but with each repeat test, he still pushed that statin. I'm so glad I resisted, since I have learned more about the various causes of high cholesterol. ... (11 replies)
... or a low HDL to keep their triglycerides or HDL from worsening. ... (3 replies)
... director of the NYU Lipid Treatment Program. ... (1 replies)
... Drs. nurse called me this morning to say dr. wants me to come in next week to "discuss results" even though I'm now taking 40 of lipitor. She said these results were high for someone already taking lipitor even at 20mg and maybe it "wasn't working at all". ... (24 replies)
... Firstly, I wouldn't fully trust any blood lipiud readings while on hcemotherapy...after all, these drugs are made to kill body cells and god knows what THAT causes to be dumped into the bloodstream. ... (24 replies)
... which is virtually anything you can eat out of a box... ... (12 replies)
... Elevated homocysteine levels can cause blood cholesterol to change to a very dangerous form called oxidized LDL cholesterol, which can severely attack artery walls. ... (41 replies)
... I take a prescription Niacin called "NIACOR" I believe it is the only immediate release form of niacin available. ... (8 replies)
... efully reconsider your decision to take a statin. Read the following report, but you'll have to "fix" the link by removing the spaces I installed on either side of the A . Change "N A P" to "NAP". ... (19 replies)
... bed by the body, but works instead by carrying cholesterol from the body by binding to bile acids. Theoretically, it shouldn't cause muscle or joint pain in and of itself. ... (11 replies)




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