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... Eat all the sardines you can stand... ... (14 replies)
... Well, if you already have high cholesterol and eat a diet high in cholesterol then you will most likely increase your levels of blood cholesterol accordingly. Therefore, I don't recommend eating foods high in cholesterol. ... (14 replies)
... Yes you can they are essential fatty acids. Salmon is high also but its the good fat so eat up.. I love them laced with balsalmic vinegar and on whole grain crackers.. ... (14 replies)

... Here is another article on low cholesterol from Dr. ... (19 replies)
... Although not everyone can run, burning between 1,200 and 1,500 calories each week doing aerobic exercise can have dramatic results. ... (34 replies)
... I understand your predicament and have been thro' the same procedure as yourself. ... (19 replies)
... A lot of people were concerned when I told them that on Atkins you eat fat so you can use it as fuel. They thought I would end up with high cholesterol and have a stroke or heart attack. ... (3 replies)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... Is the cholesterol in sardines the good one? ... (1 replies)
... you may want to just eat fatty fish, like salmon and sardines. Be careful to check for which types of fish are low in mercury and other pollutants, though. ... (3 replies)
... Not long ago I went through my shelves and threw out a bunch of stuff. All a waste of money. ... (86 replies)
Little Help
Nov 25, 2002
... My last 9 months of quarterly lipid panels consist of total cholesterol readings of 96, 100, and 94. ... (20 replies)
... The cholesterol that you eat has little if any effect on your blood level of cholesterol, so eat all the fish and shell fish that you like. It's good for you. ... (3 replies)
Fish Nutrition.
Jan 24, 2005
... Tuna, Mackeral and Salmon and sardines are the hishest as far as health benefits but take note that they must be wild and not farm raised because then you are just defeating your whole purpose. Your best bet is to go to Whole Foods and buy them. ... (13 replies)
... cuts out the middleman er middlefish and does not have the mercury risk that fish oil may have. ... (12 replies)
... For 10 weeks I tried an almost vegetarian diet only eating about 4 oz of lean white meat or fish in the day and some days I was completley vegetarian. It did nothing for my cholesterol level. It went from 250 to 245. ... (14 replies)
... I know im a broken record on this but forget total CL and focus on HDL and Triglycerides. Also reports of people with too low total CL having bleeding Strokes in their brains. harry! ... (14 replies)
... will also help. Also, supplemental niacin has been found to have been beneficial to many people in lowering total cholesterol and elevating HDL cholesterol. No statin drug will boost your HDL like niacin can. That alone can considerably improve your ratio. ... (2 replies)
... d his arteries cleaned in 94, then they shoved him on Lipitor for 7 yrs. During that time he developed the type 2 diabetes, along with some nasty muscle problems and wound up having to retire 3 yrs. earlier then he wanted. He finally got fed up with the aches and pains plus weakness and dumped the statins. ... (14 replies)
... Change your milk to Hemp milk or almond milk, the former if you can Take Omega 3 supp's Eat oily fish as often as you can eg salmon, mackrel sardines Switch your spread/marg to benecol Have a regular exercise routine Also would not harm to remove sugar and lower carb's (4 replies)




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