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... 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)
... is a little of my backstory. Last summer I had my levels checked and at the time: Male Age: 43 Height: 5' 9" Weight: 217 TC: 332 LDL: 223 HDL: 63 (6 replies)
... You probably don't have your pre-statin labs but it would have been interesting to see them prior to starting down the statin rode as a great many people are put on these drugs when unnecessary. If you will read through the posts here you will see that this is often the case. I, and many others, have had high levels due to hereditary factors. I am now in the low-risk category... (2 replies)

... Hi everyone, I'm 50 years old and I've been on statins for a long time, probably 15 years. All the male side of my family have a history of heart disease and even with dietary changes my HDL is low and my LDL is high - on statins it is acceptable. I decided a long time ago that my energy levels were not the same as my peers, particularly when exercising, it actually became a... (2 replies)
New to Cholesterol
Apr 15, 2016
... The intake of Cholesterol is inevitable and is required throughout the body, especially the brain. What the body requires and doesn't receive from the outside, it makes in the liver. ... (12 replies)
High cholesterol
Oct 10, 2014
... I can say that I never felt anything with high cholesterol but now after 3 days of taking RYR something has changed for the positive..maybe overall feeling. ... (27 replies)
High cholesterol
Oct 7, 2014
... mg daily. Depletion of COq10 is still possible when taking RYR. ... (27 replies)
High cholesterol
Oct 6, 2014
... Should I be taking coq10 as well? ... (27 replies)
High cholesterol
Oct 6, 2014
... Hi all, I will take one pill every other day to start lowering..and making huge diet changes.... I'll be also adding green tea extract, coq10. I'll stop cooking with grape seed oil and switch to olive oil and minimize fried food. adding krill oil and almonds.. do you think if I redo the blood test in a month I sould see some difference? also, once I am able to reach... (27 replies)
... but I know it's easier to just get it all together. I did notice they had COQ10 in it, which is good. Didn't see how many mg though. Be careful not to get your cholesterol too low. Our bodies need cholesterol in all areas of functioning, especially our hearts and brains. Eat a healthy low carb diet and you should be ok. ... (7 replies)
... not medicine prescribed by a doctor. The previous poster mentioned a product that is alternative. I used Red Yeast Rice and COQ10 to effectively reduce LDL. I used Flush Niacin to raise my HDL. I tale Krill oil for triglycerides. ... (7 replies)
... If interested, you could also try alternative measures for lowering LDL - low carb diet, Red Yeast Rice, COQ10 - Kaneka ubiquinol. Tess (4 replies)
... I have taken CoQ10 for more than 8 years with no problems at all and I think it should be required with statins. ... (5 replies)
... I take so many supplements trying to find help with Fibromyalgia, it's so hard to know WHAT to take for that, and cholesterol too! ... (5 replies)
... I try first with fish oil supplements. I took everyday two capsules of Omega-3. I got again a blood analysis and my LDL was already down! I have to admit I was very excited. I start using red yeast rice. So I started to use 1200 mg of red yeast rice (two capsules twice daily) and continue the fish oil supplements. I'm now continue these supplements and I'll see what my... (12 replies)
... several years now with dramatic results. Of course, she is also taking 100mg COq10........Not really required with RYR but........Just in case. Having said that COq10 should be taken by everyone over 35 years old anyway. ... (6 replies)
... So, in the UK, if your Trig/HDL ratio was say.... 1.39 would you be prescribed a statin even though your other 2 ratios were higher than "normal" ? Also, if you are prescribed a statin, is it recommended that you supplement with CoQ10? I understand that in Canada it is somewhat required with a statin ( and I agree) but many Dr's in the US don't seem to think it is that... (6 replies)
Ldl cholesterol
Dec 2, 2012
... Some of us here use Red Yeast Rice and a ubiquinol CoQ10. The best RYR product, in terms of monoaclins and free of citrinin, is from Nature's Plus. Exercise and a low carb diet would also be beneficial. (1 replies)
... Thanks so much Jen. That's very helpful advice. I believe I will try the alternatives. Hopefully that will allow me to get off the statin. (5 replies)
... Hi again, I would suggest you research these statins yourself as it's important to know firsthand exactly what you are taking. Side effects are not always immediately felt but may be effecting something unseen. Just look for side-effects after the name of the drug. As for alternatives, there are a great many posts here about the protocol that many of us follow, if you... (5 replies)

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