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Higher LDL number
Dec 31, 2017
... Hello Again, I suggest you experiment and monitor your own system (and lab reports) as I don't think "one size fits all" is always appropriate. I now take one 600 mg. every other day and two 600 mg. (for 1200 mg) on the off days. I found that my LDL number rose when I took only one 600 mg. This works for me now but may be altered depending on future lipid panels. If you... (18 replies)
Higher LDL number
Dec 30, 2017
... Thanks for the reply..My follow up would be why would I keep taking a 600MG tablet when a 300MG would suffice? I would at that point purchase the 300MG tablets. and yes, I ordered the coQ10(100 MG Ubiquinol actually) (18 replies)
Higher LDL number
Dec 30, 2017
... Yes. I wrote 600mg...NOT 300mg I discovered during the past couple of years that taking 600mg (2 x 300mg) initially for two months instead of 1200mg (which I suggested on here many years ago) provided only a 5% difference in LDL reduction. Scenario 1: Patient A - 600mg RYR - LDL reduction from 7.2mmol/l to 5.0mmol/l = 30.5% (278.4 to 193.3mg/dl) 600mg can produce... (18 replies)

Higher LDL number
Dec 30, 2017
... That is quite a disparity from Tess's suggestion of 1200MG and yours of 300MG. I just purchased the extended release and they come in 600MG tablets. I was thinking 1 tablet a day. Any reason you suggest only 300MG? (18 replies)
... My ratios are better, but I don't like the LDL number so I will start Red Yeast Rice with CoQ10 start of the year. ... (6 replies)
Higher LDL number
Dec 27, 2017
... Hi boeingdesigner...long time no hear. I remember advising you several years ago on the RYR.....so nice to 'butt-in' on Tess...my student (she has learnt well..lol) The extended version comes as 120 tabs at 300mg each. Start on two tabs in the evening for a couple of months....lipid profile should show 25-35% reduction of LDL and then continue on a maintenance dose of... (18 replies)
Lowering LDL a bit
Dec 27, 2017
... For info: Your LDL ref range is incorrect. Should be <= 3mmol/L (<= 116mg/dl) for people with no medical conditions. Not sure which laboratory ref range you are quoting. Policosanol is a mixture of oils from Cuban Cane Sugar. All favorable studies and trials on this product have been conducted in Cuba or a couple of South American countries. I read some of these studies... (1 replies)
Lowering LDL a bit
Nov 30, 2017
... bad I guess. I wanted to ask as the person did below me a few posts about trying policosanol this time instead of RYR and CoQ10. The cost of using RYR and the CoQ10 is quite a bit more than I would like to spend per month and the policosanol looks like it may be just as helpful at half the cost. ... (1 replies)
CoQ10
May 8, 2014
... Hi Yack! :) thank you! now i have 2 ?s. I am on a calcium channel blocker,and the bottle of COQ10 i have says Q-Sorb on it.First ingredient,rice bran oil,is that any good? and can i take that with the blocker,i don't think the Verapamil is a beta blocker.So it helps with BP? Thank you!!! (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 8, 2014
... of CoQ10 that it used to contain at age 20. ... (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... What exactly does it do Yack? (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... Hi Tess Long time no correspond. Sorry, I thought I'd made a spelling mistake just then. Ubiquinone is the fully oxidized form of Co-enzyme Q10 much of which is converted by the body into the active form of Coq10, Ubiquinol. This is the cheaper version which has now been around a number of years. Ubiquinol is the active form which does not have to be converted once... (8 replies)
CoQ10
Mar 27, 2014
... I am currently taking 10 mg statin and would like to know the best available CoQ10 product in terms of quality and price. ... (8 replies)
... It is 'advised' that consumers of RYR also consume COq10, as some forms of RYR with a mixture of two or more monacolins may produce Coq10 deficiency in certain individuals due to it's effect on the liver. ... (5 replies)
... Red yeast rice contains a compound that is the same as lovastatin, right? So if one is concerned about statins depleting CoQ10, the same would apply to red yeast rice, right? (5 replies)
... Thanks Jen, I have heard nothing but good things about coQ10 so that is why I was skeptical. As far as the low carb diet goes, I would like to try that. ... (5 replies)
... I was told by a registered dietitian that taking coq10 is bad. ... (5 replies)
... for dose is reportedly six times stronger than the latter. One word of warning, if your mum also has high blood pressure and is taking drugs for this condition, CoQ10 also lowers BP, so monitor closely. No interactions with BP medication. ... (7 replies)
... I import ours from the States as Kaneka CoQ10 in Europe is very expensive. ... (7 replies)
... Can you or anyone else recommend the best priced place to buy Kaneka CoQ10 in the UK? ... (7 replies)




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