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... with cinnamon and honey every morning with a banana on the side. ... (6 replies)
... I went from a very bad diet high in saturated fats, cholesterol and processed foods to a diet very low in saturated fates and cholesterol and much more natural. ... (9 replies)
... about 2 weeks ago and they now give a total cholesteral test when you give blood. I just checked the result and YIPEE my total was 168. I had upped my RYR to 1 in the am and 2 before bed. This is because in order to give blood I have to eat tons of liver and steak in order to pass the iron test. ... (4 replies)

... I saw a naturopath to help me lower my cholesterol and she told me the same thing about fruits. They are great but the sugar content was not helping my tri's. ... (9 replies)
... My Tri"s are high, and this dietitian that I see told me that natural fruit has lots of natural sugar in them, and to limit my natural fruit to 2 a day. ... (9 replies)
... I eat oatmeal with skim milk, soy milk, raisins, walnuts, flax seed, cinammon and banana mixed together with a cup of orange juice for breakfast. ... (19 replies)
... urse, I am a "foodie", so it would make sense that I feel that way. My father's hobby is gourment cooking. I believe that food is one of the greatest pleasures in life! So yes, I do feel somewhat deprived since I LOVE food. ... (19 replies)
... to lower my cholesterol with diet and exercise. ... (1 replies)
... f those foods is particulary bad for your health UNLESS they are overdone. If your weight is where it should be, your choices are fine for your heart. PB is high in calories and probably the easiest to overshoot with... ... (6 replies)
... thanks in advance! ... (6 replies)
... ter finding this board several years ago, I learned alot, and am still learning. Wish some of these drs. would find this board and teach their patients that YES, in many cases meds. are not a must!! ... (6 replies)
... I found this message board some weeks ago and it gave me much needed courage and inspiration to handle the fact that my total cholesterol level was 7. ... (6 replies)
... Try downloading this file from the Canadian Diabetes Association: http://www.diabetes.ca/files/Diabetes_GL_FINAL2_CPG03.pdf Also, here is a quick-list of low-medium-high glycemic foods from their web site: LOW GLYCEMIC INDEX FOODS (55 or less) (choose most often vvv) Skim milk (21 replies)
... Funny thing about bran. when the doc mentioned it to me I said great! since I really enjoy bran muffins. Then he told me not that kind of bran, but did not explain what kind he meant. Any idea what he was talking about? (19 replies)
... I'm not too fond of oatmeal as a breakfast cereal, but do enjoy oat bran, usually in muffins and biscuits. ... (19 replies)
... y away from fatty foods and also from foods that are high on the glycemic index. A baked potato will spike your blood sugar faster than a cup of pasta. The spike in blood sugar will lead your body to protect itself by releasing large amounts of insulin, if it can. ... (9 replies)
... arizing myself with food combining but from what I understand, eating fats and carbs at the same time may cause problems, due to the fat taking so much more time in digestion, which holds the carbs back from their normal digestion time. Fat can take up to 3 days to digest. ... (26 replies)
... If I am to assume that you believe he's not credible, ponder this. I like to choose my doctors based on their experience in health opposed to sickness, so I would rather see a fit, trim, active totally healthy chiropractor than a sick, overweight, drinking and smoking brain surgeon. ... (26 replies)
... arkie, th liver produces like what, 2g of cholesterol a day, right? ... (26 replies)
... arkie, th liver produces like what, 2g of cholesterol a day, right? ... (26 replies)




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