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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... Thank you, Tess. Canada ideal cholesterol levels: < 520 Results since 2016: 660, 485, 556, 516, 573 I will increase RYR a bit, like you wrote. Best. (6 replies)
... low carb is another way to aid and maintain your cholesterol levels. Exercise, even just walking, will help as well. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Tess, Good to hear from you. US: 2.22, 83, 49, 1.35. Thank you for the suggestions. Non-flush has some side effects to consider. (6 replies)

... I'm not familiar with the values you post but it looks like your HDL is very low. Right? If so, raising your HDL will also help lower your LDL and change your whole lipid profile. I use (and have used for many years) Flush Niacin. If you decide to try it just remember to start very low and ramp up very slowly to diminish the flush effect. Only the Flush Niacin will help to... (6 replies)
... You might want to have your cholesterol particle size checked to determine the degree of if your cholesterol is actually healthy or unhealthy. ... (6 replies)
... I have been struggling with high cholesterol for years. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you Machaon. I have read your article. Congratulations for the results. I had no idea it existed. I will try to have it done here in Canada. I addition, I will resume omega3 fish oil. Maybe, you know a brand that works better. Best. Air (6 replies)
... I was put on fenofibrid acid 135 mg immediately. So this test is after 3 days of medication. I have normal BMI but genetic cholesterol problem. ... (1 replies)
... Wow! Amazing change in your numbers and they all look good. Your high HDL offsets the LDL so your overall ratio is low. B/P excellent. Congrats! Tess (6 replies)
... Just an update with more questions lol. It's been over a year now and I've continued to exercise and eat healthier. Had my numbers rechecked today: TC: 244 HDL: 83 LDL: 143 Tri: 88 BP: 112/68 RHR: 48 So, improved from a year ago. Should I be concerned about high LDL in this case? Honestly, I've lost about 70 lbs in the last 1.5 years, and now training for... (6 replies)
... mol for many years and have never had statins suggested so assume my cholesterol levels have always been good. ... (0 replies)
... You are at the borderline for your cholesterol being genetic. However, your levels aren't that terrible but you do need to do something about it now. My cholesterol at one time was 505. ... (1 replies)
... I did a test 6 months ago and my total cholesterol was 6. ... (1 replies)
... HI, can somebody please help me understand my cholesterol numbers. ... (0 replies)
... My doctor wanted me to start taking cholesterol meds. I did not want to take statins because I have always been able to maintain healthy cholesterol levels thru a low calorie, frequent eating, small meal diet of around 1500 calories per day. ... (2 replies)
... I would suggest working with an integrative or preventative cardiologist and a dietitian. They can help you make diet and lifestyle changes for managing your cholesterol and will monitor your progress. ... (3 replies)
... My Cholesterol was always borderline high the Min I could go was 202, and the Max went during those years was 234 in total. and last year my result was 218. ... (0 replies)
... You really can't go by just the total cholesterol number. ... (3 replies)
... Last month, in my health report I found that my cholesterol level reaches 297, which is pretty high. I have some allergy from pills, so can someone plz suggest me simple home remedies to start with. ... (3 replies)
... It looks like they only looked at your total cholesterol. Docs often put people on statins routinely based only on the total cholesterol number, not the ratios. ... (1 replies)


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