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... s, I know this is the high cholestorol forum, but as I can find very little information about my question elsewhere, I decided to give this a shot. My problem is low cholesterol. Real low. My reading is in the high 60's or low 70's and at one point was even in the 50's. ... (1 replies)
... The connection between low cholesterol and hemorrhagic stroke is more complicated than what you may think. ... (24 replies)
... much higher incidence of Strokes. I've read many reports about the dangers of low cholesterol. One report recommended not going below 200. I'm at 202 and that's where I plan to stay regardless of what the Doctor says. ... (24 replies)

... cholesterol was my doorman. He retired 2 months ago with health problems...I heard he died of a heart attack on 51! THAT'S the scenario for a 300 cholesterol! ... (40 replies)
... Can Your Blood Cholesterol Be Too Low? ... (15 replies)
... Maintaining a healthy body weight is important for both the prevention and treatment of diabetes. ... (26 replies)
... it is part of almost every meal of the day. ... (5 replies)
... I think your test is ok even though you had coffee. Your CH of 268 is high. ... (5 replies)
... My Cholesterol used to run in excess of 300 and my triglycerides used to run in excess of 500. ... (24 replies)
... Yes that is true if by "produce more of it" you mean more than would be produced by the body in the absence of dietary sources. ... (37 replies)
... ve dealt with many people who want low carb and then try to add low fat to it. It's TOUGH to do. ... (8 replies)
... As someone who has taken insulin for 29 years, I would expect you most of all to understand the relationship between carbohydrate and insulin. I have to fight this confusion with my patients on a regular basis. ... (26 replies)
... Thanks for the correction. Dr. Lois Jovanovic is the Director of the Sansum Medical Research Institute. ... (26 replies)
... There are a number of myths surrounding diet and diabetes, and much of what is still considered sensible nutritional advice for diabetics can over the long run be fatal. ... (26 replies)
... e star." That's the Diabetes Food and Nutrition Bible, published by the American Diabetes Association. "Grains, beans, and starchy vegetables form the foundation of the Diabetes Food Pyramid. The message is to eat more of these foods than of any of the other food groups. ... (26 replies)
... Kinda funny how one part of Johns Hopkins claims that ketogenic diets like Dr. Atkins can be harmful while another part uses a similar very low carbohydrate ketogenic diet for treatment of epilepsy. ... (26 replies)
... If you have FH, or THINK you have FH, you should be aware of some dangers in low carb dieting. ... (2 replies)
... I have had total cholesterol levels of 120 for about the last 10 years. I have never been on medications to reduce my cholesterol and follow a normal diet. ... (2 replies)
... The problem with statins is that this is all one molecule. It cannot be broken apart to see if just lowering the cholesterol alone is the active part. If you break the molecule apart you destroy it. Therefore it can't be proven that the lowering of cholesterol is in itself important. ... (14 replies)
... Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solutions, The Carbohydrate Addicts Book by Dr. Heller, Dr. Atkins books, etc. Even if you don't plan to follow one of these extremely low carbohydrate diets, these books will give you the biochemistry behind it all. ... (22 replies)

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