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... Also, its not just a case of cutting out the bad have to fill up on the good stuff which raises your good cholesterol the hdl....... ... (2 replies)
Is it high?
Jun 20, 2012
... hi devon, pasta and rice are ok but don't eat them in large portions. vegetables and fruit for the most part are ok. ... (29 replies)
... telling me it was under what the FDA stated muscle and liver damage may occur, that's all I can tell u at this point, and he was very specific when pointing this out to me. Some products were a bit higher and I stayed away from them. I use ''Cholestene'', and no more than 2. ... (19 replies)

... I think I eat well...try to with mostly meat and veggies...not a huge rice eater, cheese in moderation, a baked potatoe maybe once a month. Don't get me wrong.... ... (30 replies)
... I'm a little confused about your post. What's the reason for cutting the meats out of your diet? ... (8 replies)
... While on statins I had a long list of problems, indigestion, acid reflux and gas was some of them. I was cutting out more and more foods thinking I just couldn't eat them anymore. ... (3 replies)
... The short of it is that I would add fat back into your diet in the form of cheese, butter, and meat. Just keep cutting out all the cakes, cookies, and other bad carbs and sugar. ... (7 replies)
... I wouldn't worry about cutting out all fat from your diet. Cheese is just fine in small amounts... like on a BBQ turkey burger, of in a salad. ... (40 replies)
... Try cutting out or cutting down on sugars and refined carbohydrates (flour, white bread, rice, etc.) These foods raise trigs for most people. A doctor told me this, and it certainly is true for me. (7 replies)
... and my ratio was well under 3.5. When I pointed that out to him, he said "oh yea,you don't need it. ... (4 replies)
Newbie needs help
Dec 28, 2004
... Dont know much about it, but I have read enough on here to know that I dont want to take a statin drug..........although if I read right red rice yeast is a statin? ... (13 replies)
... Taking CoQ10 is a good idea. Th dosage is speculative. I take 100mg day of the highly soluble variety. In the supplement you are looking at the only think that is going to effect your cholesterol directly is the Red Yeast Rice. It is a statin. Many do have good results. (9 replies)
... Hey everybody- I posted a couple of days ago concerning this but it seems like either the title wasn't provocative enough or the thread got overlooked. So I'm kind of reposting with a more URGENT sounding title, hoping that someone might help answer some of my questions... Read on: 1) Went to the doctor 4 months ago. Bad news- High Cholesterol. Total cholesterol: 242... (9 replies)
... avoid, but I will say that cutting out coffee helps and drinking tea instead, esp. green tea. You should avoid a lot of processed foods if they have tropical oils in them, like palm kernel oil. ... (1 replies)
... tive effect on my numbers..i do eat alot of carbs ie. whitebread,white potatoes,rice,but never thought it was a problem since my trigs are you guys think cutting out these plus white flour foods will have an impact on my numbers? ... (8 replies)
... im cutting out all white bread,potatoes,rice..all white products in hopes that it might have a positive effect on my LDL cholesterol... ... (2 replies)
Improved results!
Sep 16, 2002
... Ok to eat complex carbs? Depends. Complex carbs include everything from white bread to spinach. The white bread and other similar products made from refined wheat flour can raise your bloodsugar, and consequently your insulin levels, more than table sugar. Other complex carbs that you are better off avoiding or at least limiting are pasta, rice, potatoes, corn, and most... (6 replies)
... May I suggest that to lower those trigs, hubby might try cutting out sugars and simple carbs like breads, potatoes, carrots and pastas. Or at least limit his intake. Also high sugar fruits. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, my husband and I talked about it and we've decided to try cutting back my meat portions a bit and cutting out any unnecessary fats. And increasing my veggies and salads. ... (10 replies)
... and bread, pasta, and rice etc. ... (7 replies)

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