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... I understand your predicament and have been thro' the same procedure as yourself. ... (19 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)

... 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)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... Not long ago I went through my shelves and threw out a bunch of stuff. All a waste of money. ... (86 replies)
... Here is another article on low cholesterol from Dr. ... (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)
... Although not everyone can run, burning between 1,200 and 1,500 calories each week doing aerobic exercise can have dramatic results. ... (34 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)
... cuts out the middleman er middlefish and does not have the mercury risk that fish oil may have. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you so much for that. I will be going out today to look for some at Whole Foods. Isn't it funny when you're a grown up and you take things that as a kid you would have said, "Ewww, no!". I could eat fish 2 or 3 times a day, though. ... (6 replies)
... He is 68 and has had this going on for about 9 years now. Yes, he does the Fish oil, and all we use is olive oil, but mostly on a salad, as I fry nothing. It is either baked, broiled or grilled, when it isn't snowing out or 25 degrees like it is now. ... (14 replies)
... HI JJ !! I should have asked your husbands age, im 42 so maybe what would work for me might not for him. Also you may want to explore Fish Oils , Olive Oil and Garlic for his high Trigs.I understand your frustration while im in remission i'll never be cured until all these new medical technologies kick in. ... (14 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)
... well he can reverse it however you said his diet is good and yet he still has this. O.k. ... (14 replies)
... Good for U Harry. My husband has terrible PN and I know what he is going thru, not pleasant at all. He is type 2 diabetic, and right now, on quite a few meds. for the PN, just to get some sleep at nite. Did U cure your's just thru diet and exercise, and are U diabetic? ... (14 replies)
... lifer.. I love Bill Phillips. My husband and I did his program for about 6 months. It worked very well for me but my husband being a body builder lost alot of muscle on it. ... (14 replies)




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