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... Your cholesterol should drop pretty significantly and quickly on Crestor. ... (27 replies)
... After getting over the surgery, I had been eating the same diet I did before. So you can imagine my shock when a routine cholesterol test showed that it had shot up to 209. I had never seen 170 before, much less over 200. ... (15 replies)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)

... Testosterone levels can be a real problem. The higher the testosterone the more the increase in prostate cancer for men. On the one hand we want to improve our well being, on the other hand we increase our chances for serious problems. ... (5 replies)
... Diets with olive oil as the dominant fat source may help reduce visceral fat, blood glucose, blood clotting, triglycerides and oxidation of LDL cholesterol and ultimately heart disease deaths. ... (31 replies)
... Update and question. After going back on Crestor my cholesterol and lipid numbers went back to within the recommended range. ... (13 replies)
... If you're D is in range then you don't need it. If you do need it take it with K2. Take the CoQ10 with your RYR. Forget about the cal/mag. You are taking the essentials for cholesterol. Sorry to throw out a wrench. You're probably doing fine and just need to continue, if that is your wont. Tess (13 replies)
... That is a very low dose of flush Niacin. You could try very slowly ramping it up until, eventually, you're at 1200 to 1500 mg. You can take this in divided doses AM and PM. This would help to raise your HDL. To further lower your LDL you could try adding Red Yeast Rice 1200mg along with your COQ10. Nature's Plus is free of citrinin. Tess (13 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. When I said on weekends I may have 5 or 6 drinks on a Fri or Sat night, I meant on occasion. That's not typical except during the holidays when there's a party pretty much every weekend. But the advice is well taken. I'm already back on Crestor (10 mg) and I'm watching my alcohol intake. I'm also on prescription fish oil. On the diabetes issue,... (13 replies)
... Alcohol can definitely raise triglycerides, and the combo of alcohol intake plus being off the Crestor probably accounts for this. The other thing worth checking is your HbA1C, an indicator of whether your blood sugars are running high. Diabetes can raise triglycerides a lot, and should be ruled out when triglycerides are this high. IMO, your alcohol consumption is more than... (13 replies)
... of heart attacks or sudden death occurring without prior warning symptoms sufficient to incur medical evaluation or treatment. ... (33 replies)
50 point increase!
Mar 10, 2003
... Your question had me curious as to whether any exact data could be found for the impact of exercise on our lipid profiles. I know that I do my running to increase my HDL above 40. Until I ran, I was never able to achieve an HDL of 40 plus. ... (15 replies)
... Yes I have read the "studies" on policosanol.They concentrate on lowering cholesterol NUMBERS.Also,the claims are based on studies,as you state,on animals for any other benefit from the policosanol. ... (44 replies)
... Lower LDL cholesterol is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. ... (54 replies)
... but my cholesterol levels are through the roof according to the cardiologist. Cause of chest pain still unknown. ... (17 replies)
... If your cholesterol was coming down, I don't understand the large increase.. The diet you will be on for your diabities should also lower your cholesterol anyway. REMEMBER, diet is VERY important and you can turn this all around with what you eat! EAT RIGHT! ... (2 replies)

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