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... No need for panic. Both my sister and brother had similar results at a health fair about ten or fifteen years ago. ... (3 replies)
... A couple thoughts, since we are dealing here with a sample of people who are dying largely in their 70's the skewing effects of cancer cannot be ruled out. Low cholesterol levels are a familaiar accompaniment to the cachexia of cancer and occurs even much earlier in the cancer process. ... (9 replies)
... and of course freaked about his numbers. Of course when they did it again with him fasting, it was a great deal lower. I know sometimes drs. do a lipid profile without U fasting, but I believe it shouldn't be done without fasting, but hey, what do I know? ... (58 replies)

... I am 36 years old, and just got the results of what is probably my first cholesterol test. ... (3 replies)
... and just received the results of a blood test done on 16 October 2006. ... (26 replies)
... This is the second time I'v been tested and it's been the same. So yes, I made sure I fasted. My Dr. says it is probably genetic and not diet related?? I have added high potency fish oil and chromium to my supplements. I read those will help with triglycerides. I will try to eat more veggies. (8 replies)
... If those results are from a fasting blood test, yes, it would be a good idea to give up your sweets, as well as white bread, white rice, white pasta, snack crackers, white potatoes, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Good luck to everybody on managing your cholesterol levels. ... (26 replies)
... on. High uric acid levels do make me a candidate but thankfully i am not diagnosed with gout. Neither do i suffer gout symtoms.And besides as u mentioned testing without fasting yields unreliable results. ... (22 replies)
... e patients continue to have a tremendous lipid response at significantly lower doses. So perhaps 750 once daily would be both a safe and effective dose for you, without the increases in glucose or uric acid as well. ... (11 replies)
... with alfalfa and niacin. THis was never told to me , so of course, I did not buy it until I checked with all of you. It sure seems easy to take 2 pills a day, without any side affects, but it sounds too good to be true. Please, if anyone has any info on this I would be appreciative. ... (6 replies)
... hink that doctors would be up on this. The sad truth is that they are not. In fact from what I've read most cardio specialist are not up to date when it comes to cholesterol and the proper ways to treat the different possible patterns. ... (24 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)
... You mention Nov 2001 twice. Did you mean 2001 and 2002. As to proof, your TC numbers can change that much, week to week, without any specific reason. You could have 220 today and 240 next week and 220 the following week with no change in diet and all after fasting. ... (8 replies)
... e. I was just making sure I was not mistaken on what you meant. My point remains the same, though. Your spread is very much in the normal spread one could expect without regards to fasting or non fasting. ... (8 replies)
... e. I was just making sure I was not mistaken on what you meant. My point remains the same, though. Your spread is very much in the normal spread one could expect without regards to fasting or non fasting. ... (8 replies)
... and usually get them vis a vie cholesterol numbers, triglycerides are another animal. ... (7 replies)
... day of Niaspan showed no statistically significant increase in fasting blood glucose compared with placebo. ... (22 replies)
... I'm 52, and till last summer had never had a cholesterol test. The initial screening test total was 281, so a fasting panel was scheduled for two months later. Meanwhile, I modestly increased my daily exercise. ... (3 replies)
... too much fat or cholesterol. A low carbohydrate diet that focuses on whole natural foods would probably benefit your condition. A low carb diet also generally results in the same effect that those diuretics have so you should be able to normalize your bloodpressure without those meds. ... (6 replies)




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