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... Fish oil helps triglycerides and LDL particle sizes. ... (3 replies)
... That's probably the TOTAL WEIGHT of oil per capsule. ... (14 replies)
... Do you gain weight from the fish oil or cold pressed flax seed oil? ... (2 replies)

... I've been taking 2000mg immediate release Niacin every night for about 3 months. ... (7 replies)
... I've noted that some of the people on these boards that take fish oil for lowering trigs have said they generally take between 1500 and 2000mg. The fish oil I bought is 1000mg per capsule and it says on the bottle to take 3 times a day. Which means I'm getting 3000mg. ... (14 replies)
... I would continue with the niacin and fish oil. Your numbers are not all that bad, and I would hold off on taking the RYR for now. ... (7 replies)
... I have been also taking fish oil supplements and 20 mg of zocor daily. ... (0 replies)
... Folks, I think aside from this controversy and tension surrounding this Lp(a), homocysteine etc... One very important area we must not overlook is to strive to have a "Happy heart". Many researchers propose that "laughter" is the best medicine for all health issues.. The homocysteine/cholesterol theories (by far) have not been carved in stone. What reserchers are... (37 replies)
... According to some health articles, you need at least 2000mg a day if you are high in Cholesterol. That makes around 6 pills. Of course, I won't take them at one time. It is best to take it separately with meals. ... (13 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... EPA daily, and it did impact my lipid levels noticeably. Not everyone's cholesterol responds to fish oil. I would imagine the Tricor is responsible for most of the triglyceride reduction above. ... (11 replies)
Dec 19, 2005
... Just recently, I read about a study which stated that the use of fish oil was even more effective than statins at reducing a person's risk of having a heart attack. ... (11 replies)
High Trig"s
Nov 20, 2004
... of QUALITY fish oil daily. Your TRIGS will drop significantly. ... (7 replies)
... week and have begun taking 2000mg of fish oil per day. ... (6 replies)
... This was kind of a rude awakening for me but I'm still somehow not surprised. So lets get to the very ugly. Went in to get blood work done for my health insurance at work and needless to say it was bad. I guess a little about me. I don't eat right. I know I don't. I very much have a "meat and potatoes" diet. I also have a desk job where I sit on my *** all day. I don't... (3 replies)
... atherosclerotic plaque begins depositing at these sites. In a way, it's your body's way of repairing the damage that has occured. I would suggest taking at least 2000mg vitamin C each day. Vitamin C and vitamin E both help lower CRP, and they also help promote higher HDL levels. ... (30 replies)
... Ok, so good input from everyone. I don't eat as much fish as I should, so I am supplementing with fish oil (though probably not of high quality?) in the form of Kyolic EPA Aged Garlic Extract, which contains 10IU Vitamin E, 2000mg Omega-3's including 600mg EPA & 400mg DHA, and 240mg aged garlic extract powder. I take one dose of this with each of my 3 daily meals for a... (20 replies)
... improve HDL levels. Nevertheless, I have a few suggestions which you may want to try. Eat more fatty fish, such as salmon and sardines, and even take additional fish oil supplements. Get a hold of some granular lecithin, and take about two tablespoons each day. Try supplementing with niacin. ... (24 replies)
... By doing so, not only will you be helping to control your blood sugar, but your triglyceride level should also drop down into a far more favorable range. Taking fish oil supplements may help both in lowering triglycerides and raising HDL levels. ... (13 replies)
... I understand your reluctance to rush right out to the nearest drugstore to obtain a prescription for a potent statin drug. I don't know if you are overweight, currently on one of those dismal low-fat diets, or taking any nutritional supplements. I would suggest that you emphasize a low-carbohydrate diet, restricting breads, pastas, starchy vegetables, and any other... (2 replies)
... Cool, Do you know what your cholesterol levels were before you took either statins or Policosanol? I'm curious, because I just started Policosanol myself about 5-6 weeks ago, and was wondering if it raised your HDL and lowered your LDL below what your baseline was (before any drugs/supplements). I had a blood test last week, and hope to get the results soon. I'm not... (14 replies)

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