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... Websites say to eat things high in fiber. I eat oatmeal a couple times a day in the Winter and Shredded Wheat cereal in the Summer. They say to limit fats and saturated fats, which I've done. They say to eat more fish rich in Omega 3. I do that too. ... (4 replies)
Cholesterol 300!
Apr 16, 2014
... Took all of the above for 4 months and my LDL dropped from 207 to 110. Total cholesterol dropped from 290 to 184. Not sure which of the ingredients above was the most effective but something in there worked. ... (2 replies)
... I'm getting ready to try a supplement called CholesLo. It contains natural ingredients that are guaranteed to work or you get your money back. It contains 17 different ingredients and their website explains all of them. It was formulated working with an MD. It is not cheap...but then quality never is. It does not contain any artificial colors, wheat, gluten, soy, dairy, egg,... (7 replies)

... I'm at my wit's end right now. I just got back results from my blood work and my cholesterol is extremely elevated. And every part of me is screaming WHAT? ... (3 replies)
... Today, cholesterol ratio figures are used for determining the development of CHD within 10 years. ... (9 replies)
... If so, one issue is no fiber. You really need some whole wheat and fiber in that diet along with some green vegetables. ... (7 replies)
... organic crackers. I may have a bad gene. I can't imagine cheese is giving me bad cholesterol at 22 haha. Someone who works out most days, never drinks alcohol, doesn't eat much fat's strange. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know why fruit, crackers and a bit of cheese is bad? Also--on my salads, I put about a tablespoon of ranch, raisins, broccoli and a bit of cheese. I don't drink the milk in my cereal(I don't like milk) I only ever eat brown rice..never white. Same with bread--we have never gotten white bread--always whole wheat. I have never drank alcohol. It just seems... (9 replies)
... no mayo...mustards are OK. Use whole wheat bread. And depending what all is in the salad, that could be bad as well. Dressing, cheese, croutons, etc can overload you on carbs and fats. ... (9 replies)
... have both gone up. You didn't post your triglycerides. It would be helpful to know that number as well. Just as many people die of heart attacks that have low cholesterol so it's not necessarily an indicator of imminent death. Eat healthy fats like lean meats, nuts, avocados, etc. ... (8 replies)
... For the first time in my life my cholesterol is high. I've always had low cholesterol and so do my parents. ... (12 replies)
... The thing is I don't eat hardly any red meat, eat lots of oatmeal with raisins. I eat a lot of grilled chicken, turkey, wheat bread. Is peanut butter TERRIBLE for cholesterol? ... (12 replies)
... Ok, I'm a 22 year old male and have been on a diet for about a month now (I'm obese...450 lbs) and just decided to get my cholesterol tested at the local Kroger "little clinic" Here are my fasting numbers Total Cholesterol- 196 ( my doctor told me my total was idea where she got that from....I added it up myself and got 198, tell me if I'm you think... (2 replies)
... High body fat is also bad for blood cholesterol levels. It is possible to have high body fat even when one is within the "healthy" weight range. ... (1 replies)
... Whole wheat bread that is not loaded up with excess sugar and syrups is generally better than other bread. ... (16 replies)
... I thought wheat bread was the best for you? ... (16 replies)
... Yes, I've wondered if the benefits are mostly due to the fact that junk food tends to be very carby and usually contains wheat too. Dr. Davis also found that many of his patients tend to overindulge and can't do 'some wheat'... but instead for them it seems all or nothing. ... (16 replies)
... Seems like the reason that works is really because a large percentage of junk food contains wheat or carbs, most wheat and other grain is processed and refined rather than whole grain, and wheat or carbs are often used as "carrier" foods for other unhealthy things (e.g. bread with butter or margarine). Giving patients a simple rule like "avoid all wheat" or "avoid all carbs"... (16 replies)
... If your doctor doesn't believe in measuring lipid particle sizes (which is the most important aspect of lipid testing), Lp(a) -- a major cause of heart disease, inflammation via c-reactive protein, vitamin D levels (normalized serum D usually can improve low HDL), etc. then you really need to find another doctor. And stress tests are fine, but typically they will only... (16 replies)
... Yeah, it probably is a concern. High trigs usually mean small particle sizes which are dangerous. Ask for a VAP test, c-reactive protein, homocysteine and vitamin D tests from your doctor. The VAP will show your particle sizes and also be much more accurate than the standard lipid test. Reduce carbs: wheat products (bread/muffins/cookies), snacks, sugary foods and... (1 replies)

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