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... My hubby and I both take Vit. E but only a natural E. But really I am so confused, I do a lot of research and the more I study the reports the more I wonder who can you believe. Nutrition has always interested me and we try to eat right and take vitamins. ... (86 replies)
... Hi Justdavid and welcome to the board. ... (7 replies)
... No Imacar..."Their" idea of a safe zone and my idea of a safe zone are two different things. ... (10 replies)

... Hi Fabian, First of all you have to understand that RYR is a statin, and has the same side effects..... ... (6 replies)
... I deal with cholesterol issues and take CoQ10. My undersatnding is not that it lowers any cholesterol numbers, but that it replaces the CoQ10 our bodies lose when we are on a statin. Has to do with mitosis and production of energy in the cells. ... (6 replies)
... Wow I'm impressed, somebody that did his homework. Because of my Mother's health I have done over 150 hours of research on cholesterol and statin drugs. Yes homocystine is more important than cholesterol levels. ... (14 replies)
... it was fortunately only mild and caught very quickly. ... (7 replies)
... Your doctor does not know anything about Coq10, nor the pathway where cholesterol and COq10 are formed. ... (6 replies)
... I'm going to make sure we can get all the cholesterol details of her last test and from here on out. They seem reluctant to actually give this information up? ... (7 replies)
... I was on Lipitor for about 7 years when my doctor combined it with Tricor, and within months I was almost an invalid. I had so much pain in both my arms, I could hardly lift anything. I was also profoundly weak, and could barely exercise. ... (5 replies)
... My wife has Epstein Barr, so I can understand your constant fatigue. Perhaps the CoQ10 will help that somewhat.. ... (15 replies)
... Yes, I take the Q-Gel too. But in any case, this may explain why statins tend to elevate lipoprotein(a) levels in some people. Statins deplete CoQ10, and low CoQ10 levels may cause a rise in Lp(a). In fact, in the fine print from Lipitor's Canadian ads, it states in part the following: "In some patients, the beneficial effect of lowered total cholesterol and LDL-C levels... (6 replies)
... I was told by a registered dietitian that taking coq10 is bad. It is something the body produces naturally and when you start taking it your body stops producing it, therefore you are "addicted" to it and need to take the pill. ... (5 replies)
... The individual HDL, LDL, and triglyceride levels are probably more important than the total. ... (15 replies)
... Your cholesterol actually isn't that high. And, IMHO, you have got to be careful that you don't shoot yourself in the foot here. ... (26 replies)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... not medicine prescribed by a doctor. The previous poster mentioned a product that is alternative. I used Red Yeast Rice and COQ10 to effectively reduce LDL. I used Flush Niacin to raise my HDL. I tale Krill oil for triglycerides. ... (7 replies)
... might be interested in a publication by the American Heart Association, "Changes in Ubiquitin Proteasome Pathway Gene Expression in Skeletal Muscle with Exercise and Statins" THis was the first investigation to implicate the UPP inskeletal muscle in response to combined exercise and statin Treatment. ... (9 replies)
... s the FDA is considering putting into place. The FDA is out of control. Statins are way over prescribed. There is a lot of new information now coming out that cholesterol is not the problem. Why don't we hear of it? ... (4 replies)
... the following supplements are touted to have the effects of 20 mg of Lipitor and are all natural: there is a book removed] dedicated to this regimen besides these I have added garlic oil and cinnamon oil I bought on ebay- cinnamon really lowers the triglycerides- sprinkle cinnamon on oatmeal for a healthy breakfast 1 81 mg buffered aspirin 100-150 CoQ10- more to start... (7 replies)

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