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... Fasting blood sugar level at 50. ... (4 replies)
... L, my Cholesterol level was 232. ... (0 replies)
... foods stating that they have been proven to lower cholesterol and may lower the risk of heart disease when part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol. ... (7 replies)

... to bring the level down again. Other vitals. ... (19 replies)
... I can't answer your question per se, but my own cholesterol readings are 6.5 and my GP said he wasn't too worried for the moment about those numbers. I was also recently diagnosed with high blood pressure to boot. ... (8 replies)
... After 6 wks on Crestor my cholesterol level was 222! ... (1 replies)
... It is a widespread belief that if you loose weight, the cholestrol level would be less. But not working in my case.. ... (3 replies)
... Statin therapy can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality in diabetics. The decision to treat should be based on vascular risk and not initial cholesterol levels. ... (1 replies)
... First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to respond. You are correct, I do eat meat pretty often; it is part of almost every meal of the day. I do not eat red meat every day, so the meat I eat usually consists of chicken (I would say roughly 10lbs. a month), but I do occasionally (maybe once or twice a month) have pork loin boneless (and trimmed) ribs (with a... (5 replies)
... ffect of consuming saturated fats has been narrowly focused to produce and evaluate evidence in support of the hypothesis that dietary saturated fat elevates LDL cholesterol and thus the risk of CAD. ... (30 replies)
... genetic and poor habits. The Genetic side is by far a bigger population. You probably know people who can eat 20 cheese burgers, and have total cholesterol in the 140's. You are obviously not one of them and deal with it you never will be! ... (6 replies)
... Serum cholesterol XE2eD 5. ... (10 replies)
... If you are running purely for health then it wouldn't be a bad idea to cut back your runs to 2-3 miles. From what I've read that seems to be the cut off for positive benifits. If you really enjoy running or do it for competition training then you might do a little research and see if some supplements might be helpful since your putting extra stress on your body. I do not... (15 replies)
... our total chol is under 200. As far as your concern about your HDL, your ratios are OK. A high HDL does not mean much if all your other numbers are NG, and great cholesterol numbers mean nothing if your CRP, homocycteine, fibrinogen levels etc are off whack. ... (18 replies)
... took 2 that made it 50 .then my tsh was 6.28 then went down to 2.58 well i found a new dr and he tested me for everything well my cholesterol level is 234.0 says high range is 50. ... (3 replies)
... Just got my blood test results today: TC = 7.1 mmol/L HDL = 1.25 (have been stable at this level) LDL = 4.9 (up from 4.4 6 months ago) Triglyceride = 2.09 (up from 1.8 6 months ago) This time I have also ordered full blood test and these are the results: WBC = 7.5 (0 replies)
... Welcom M.S and congrats. on doing it all natural..FANTASTIC.... :bouncing: Like U, after finding this board several years ago, I learned alot, and am still learning. Wish some of these drs. would find this board and teach their patients that YES, in many cases meds. are not a must!! Keep up the great work, and thanx for sharing...... :wave: (6 replies)
... I found this message board some weeks ago and it gave me much needed courage and inspiration to handle the fact that my total cholesterol level was 7. ... (6 replies)
... Hi again GOP, Sounds like your doctor was thorough, BUT his only response seemed to be Lipitor. It's unfortunate your doctor doesn't have a bit more knowledge as to natural ways to lower your homocysteine. 1st line of action is Folic Acid, B6 and B12. Some prefer to take a B complex to get a balance of all the B's. For some people the B's need a little extra help to... (17 replies)
... and polyunsaturated fats via inclusion of soy protein products. Granted that took my total cholesterol even lower, but I offset the HDL loss by additional high impact exercise. ... (22 replies)




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