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... does CoQ10 help to lower cholesterol? ... (0 replies)
... Does coq10 help lower cholesterol? ... (3 replies)
... The fish oil doesn't necessarily lower cholesterol, but it is know to reduce inflammation in the arteries. Inflammation should be of much more of a concern than the "numbers". ... (37 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)
High cholesterol
Oct 6, 2014
... Should I be taking coq10 as well? ... (27 replies)
... If you read the following lengthy thread, you will be assured of a quality product RYR that does work. My wife and I included. You only require 600mg per day, plus the COq10 and fish oil. ... (13 replies)
... Just trying to cover all my bases and not miss out on any supplement that will help me lower my cholesterol numbers. I know of CoQ10's benefits to the actual heart muscle but does this supplement actually help reduce say LDL numbrs or increase my HDL numbers? ... (6 replies)
... Inflammation is not the sole cause of CAD and I have never seen a report to suggest that. Inflammation is a result of some damaging factor. Cholesterol in lesions is also in the damaged area, but it also is not the initial damaging factor. ... (8 replies)
... however, oxidized cholesterol does. That is why Coq10 is a vital nutrient in the body. Cholesterol also binds to toxins in the body and removes them. ... (37 replies)
... chemistry. Cholesterol is vital to the body, and even more vital as a person gets older. Effects of manipulating the cholesterol pathway may not show up until years later....even if the medcation that interfered with the cholesterol production was stopped years before. ... (21 replies)
... that's why they lower cholesterol. ... (12 replies)
... you hit on an interesting point. You mentioned that people had low cholesterol from cancer or organ breakdown as it starves the body. ... (40 replies)
... Take care, and hope your mom does better and the dr. listens....... ... (13 replies)
... Perhaps another type of blood pressure medication. Mother has done very , very well on coreg. unlike other beta blockers, it does not raise blood sugar. She also takes diovan, although a very small amount. ... (13 replies)
... done some research there. Actually I did a bit myself but just today found an article that mentioned something about "statins depleating the body of the enzyme CoQ10 which can then cause "myopathy" and they suspect "cellebellar ataxia" among other things. This enzyme is especially needed for the heart which is a muscle. ... (8 replies)
... to know how long does it take to see a lower cholesterol numbers. She needs to have blood work done and make a dr. appt. but she wants to be sure her cholesterol is lower. ... (3 replies)
... nd we quit using trans fats a long time ago. But just when you think you got it right then someone comes on TV and says you had it all wrong. My husband has high cholesterol and diet does not reduce it and he is on Lipitor and seems to handle it okay, but then I have had him on CoQ10 from the start. ... (86 replies)
... Benzi, I'd be concerned about a 40mg dose of Lipitor - that is very high dose. If you do go on it, be very aware of any muscle pain/weakness you may experience and report it to your doctor immediately. Also be sure to have blood drawn to test how your liver is reacting to the Lipitor when the doctor recommends (usually after the first 3 months). Statins have helped... (4 replies)
... I came back from a test last month and high cholesterol on total and tri. and high on bad cholesterol as well. ... (0 replies)
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