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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... I'll continue to try and improve diet, but there is soooo much information out there on what is good for you in theory. ... (6 replies)
... Ok, I'm a mess and the doctors have succeeded in scaring me. ... (5 replies)
... it was fortunately only mild and caught very quickly. ... (7 replies)

... effects, they may do you some good. Everyone is different and our systems change in many ways as we age. What we can tolerate at age 30 may not work for us when we hit 40 and so on. ... (10 replies)
... exercise changes you implemented. And supplements such as CoQ10 and Omega 3s are a must after a heart attack and when you take statins. Strange your doctor seemed to dismiss them. ... (16 replies)
... I have always been an avid exerciser and have lost 32 pounds since November of last year. ... (16 replies)
... I am taking 20 mg of simvastatin nightly and my libedo is waining. Can I replace the statin with COq10? ... (2 replies)
... which is an essential nutrient for heart strength and function. ... (3 replies)
... It can be taken with any statin medication or as the previous poster stated RYR as all statins reduce your coq10 levels so using a supplement can help. Talk to your doctor first before doing anything. ... (3 replies)
... CoQ10 is taken with red yeast rice because the RYR lowers the coQ10 in the body. Red Yeast Rice lowers the cholesterol. ... (3 replies)
... Does coq10 help lower cholesterol? ... (3 replies)
... iences. I think many people are having the same experiences we have posted here but they just haven't considered the statin connection yet. I did purchase some coQ10 and am waiting to hear from my cardiologist about my options. ... (27 replies)
... and 500mg of niaspan everyday to lower cholesterol wanna know? ... (4 replies)
... s own CoQ10 and is better assimilated. ... (5 replies)
... mutated "copies" into your body. This is why the problem becomes progressive. They have also found that it is not the medication , but the manipulation of the cholesterol causing the cells to become permeable. When i have some additional time I will post where all of this info comes from. ... (9 replies)
... These articles sound interesting and I'll look them up. I read the one you'd recommended about a study regarding the connection between low cholesterol levels and violence and found it disturbing. ... (6 replies)
... from Cornell, and a director at the ALS center...he suggested 300mg. 600 if you were suffering problems from the statin, as well as getting off of them. ... (6 replies)
... Do you think that 120mg of CoQ10 daily is too small a dose for someone on a statin? ... (6 replies)
... Coq10 is an antioxident. It helps cholesterol from becoming oxidized. Cholesterol is only bad when it becomes oxidized. You might not see a change in cholesterol numbers with Coq10, which is not the reason for CoQ10. Rust is a type of oxidation. You don't want your fenders on your cars to rust from the inside out. ... (6 replies)
... I am not taking any statins yet but was wondering if the CoQ10 would help at all. I have read about and knew that anyone taking a statin should always take at the least 100 mg. of CoQ10 per day to alleviate the loss from the statin itself. ... (6 replies)


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