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... BTW Eggs have a good amount of Letchin, can anyone make connections? ... (26 replies)
... Thanks everyone for taking the time to offer suggestions. It is just so confusing, and it's hard to go a week without reading conflicting reports. ... (12 replies)
... the experts blame butter and beef for heart disease, even though heart disease as we know it has only been around since about 1912, and we've been eating butter for 30,000 years and beef for about 3 million? ... (12 replies)

... Oh, I couldn't agree more! I think that anyone who says that eggs are bad for you must be crazy. The egg is considered the ideal protein source, containing the amino acids in the closest thing to a perfect ratio. ... (9 replies)
... ither. I always make my stews, soups etc. from as much fresh stuff as possible, and when the produce doesn't look good, I buy either canned fruits in lite syrup, or frozen stuff. I love fresh fruits and veggies, but being in New England they are not always in season, so ya just wing it the best U can. ... (35 replies)
... I guess I am one of those who will never be convinced that eggs are bad for you. I have heard of children who are ADD or ADHD who have completely gone of their meds like Ritalin just by eating 2 eggs every morning. ... (42 replies)
... Small amounts of cereal whether in bread or as cereal is fine. However most of your diet should be plants. ... (12 replies)
... That's probably why some posters here are complaining that their docs are happy when their total cholesterol is 200 even though in reality they have more risk for heart disease because the good HDL cholesterol went down! ... (24 replies)
... and have for about a yr. I am beginning to think the less you read and research the do's and don'ts of cholesterol the better off you are! Everything I read seems to contridict the article I read before it. ... (24 replies)
... Yes and no. There are some studies and I believe there are those here who will testify, that yes, eggs did in fact raise their LDL some, but on the other hand their HDL went up proportionately! ... (42 replies)
... werful drugs. Merk Pharmaceuticals, the maker of Zocor, even suggests that a cholesterol lowering diet be given to a patient before prescribing their drug. Too bad that most doctors aren't reading these things. ... (42 replies)
... I can't agree with you on that one. It is completely true, for the doctors in looking at the overall results to see that fish oil is the best, with statin coming in second on these results for the population as a whole. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know what you may have already tried to do to improve your numbers, or what your diet generally consists of, but as I see it, your high triglyceride level is making everything else look all the worse. ... (21 replies)
... Your liver only produces that much if your body needs it. If you are eating plenty of cholesterol, then your liver will back off on its production of cholesterol. ... (26 replies)
... Hello, I'm glady you found the culprit. My sister thinks her's might be from her medication. Anther cause can be a fatty liver. ... (14 replies)
... Fat intake keeps your HDL high. That is, if you eat a cube of butter a day, your HDL will improve quite a bit. However, moderation is key. No one is recommending you eat a cube of butter... ... (11 replies)
... eek, I had expected the TC, LDL, and HDL to be somewhere between the results of the two previous tests, one of which I ate no egg yolks and one in which I ate 14 eggs a week. Instead, the results were almost as bad as when I ate the 14 eggs. So obviously something in addition to egg consumption was involved. ... (45 replies)
... is 5.36. Try to get it under 4.0. You should try to get the HDL up to at least 40, as babydog mentioned. ... (10 replies)
High Trig"s
Nov 15, 2004
... Welcome to the board. You will most likely get conflicting info, but I will share my experience with your problem, as it is very simialar to my husbands. ... (7 replies)
... I'm just outside of KC right now and I saw the news broadcast you are talking about. ... (27 replies)

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