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... Thanks for everybody's input. My new #s are good. Oct 2007 total 250 HDL 142 LDL 98 trig 52 (14 replies)
... or margarines with hydrongenated oils, this could be affecting your LDL score. If you see the words "partially hydrogenated" in the ingredients, try to avoid it! ... (8 replies)
High LDL
Nov 11, 2005
... in your LDL will be appreciated and with other dietary changes you might be able to increase that. Pass the Benecol? ... (14 replies)

Jan 26, 2001
... but was now at 166. Had the blood test a week ago and the chol dropped to 223 while the ldl dropped to 130. ... (7 replies)
... What brand of RYR do you take. I hear the "NOW" product with Q10 is pretty good. My buddy was on them, his TC was 285 and went down to 185 in 3 months, with no side effects. Has anyone had good results with RYR. In November 2004 my: TC = 213 HDL = 37 LDL = 148 TRI = 142 Started Fish oils in October and these number reflect with no execise for 6 months, due to a back... (19 replies)
... Hello, I am a 29 year old male. I recently had my blood panel done and my LDL Cholesterol is 142 (0-99). My doctor prescribed me Lipitor to start bringing it down but I am hesitant to start a medication like that at my age. My diet (lately) has consisted of a lot of cholesterol heavy foods like eggs, red meats, and LOTS of cheese. I eat cottage cheese (the regular one not... (0 replies)
LDL below 60
Aug 17, 2011
... My LDL has never been higher than 60. ... (1 replies)
... Does anyone have any knowledge of the effects of a no grain diet on lipid profiles? A few month ago I change my diet because of some digestive issues and I wondering what the effect on cholesterol might be. Basicly I'm eating fruit, vegatables (mixed greens mostly), almonds, eggs (high omega three type), fish(sockeye salmon), hard cheeses and white chicken. No breads, cereals,... (7 replies)
... That's really low if its expressed in the same manner as my test. Looks like the Niaspan is working, better than 10% boost so far. My last test results: LDL 142 HDL 27 Better than previous check but I still have a ways to go. (24 replies)
... Whatever they call it at your health care provider, I'm talking about the advanced cholesterol testing where they calculate particle sizes and types and measure ominous substances like ApoB and Lpa. On various websites they have nicknames for Lpa like "the widow maker" and "heart attack cholesterol". THAT'S a lovely thing for a patient to read! Why did I have to go and ask... (12 replies)
... The preliminary stuff: for the past 3 months, I've been suffering severe upper G.I. symptoms and after many tests and opinions from two gastroenterologists, I've been diagnosed with esophageal spasms, possibly aggravated by reflux. I seem to be improving since I began taking the antispasmodic drug Levsin. Because I noticed skipped heartbeats and my symptoms were... (9 replies)
High cholesterol
Feb 9, 2003
... This is how LDL is calculated on your lab report since LDL levels are rarely measured. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the information. How to I find out what size the particle is? I had the blood test taken in the doctors office (14 hours fasting). They called me up on the phone a few days later and gave me the cholesterol results. Would that report also give me the particle size? Or is it another form of blood work? Thanks again !! (7 replies)
... Peanut butter should be lowering your LDL because it's an unsaturated fat. ... (7 replies)
... Momcat1, You certainly sound like you have your share of worries... I wish I could offer a silver-bullet for your cholesterol results, or something to ease your mind... My last test showed results similar to your 'last month' numbers... I tend not to get worked up about it though, because I don't really buy into the theory that high-cholesterol is a major... (20 replies)
... Oh well, even though the TC and LDL went up, I'm not exactly going to have a cow over it, as I don't think they are all that bad. ... (38 replies)
... My doctor has told me there are long term benefits from having the lowest LDL cholesteral numbers you can get. But like I said, I'm not a big pill fan. ... (13 replies)
Sep 10, 2016
... se things and just don't feel they're necessary, but he's one that if you don't follow his advice, he doesn't see any need to come to him. He says with my "high" LDL and blood pressure my heart attack risk is high. Here's my results, does anyone see a need for statins? ... (1 replies)
... trying to keep at 142 as the target. ... (4 replies)
... What foods have you been eating. Also what is your HDL AND LDL readings? ... (1 replies)

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