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... I eat oatmeal or cream of wheat every other day for breakfast. I researched these foods and learned they are very good for your digestive system. I add about about two small packets of sugar to the oatmeal, and it is very delicious. I eat a banana with it as well. I also eat yogurt about once every three days. It is very healthy for an individual's digestive system and... (1 replies)
... I have personally tried this and I know it helps 100% 1-Oatmeal half a cup before lunch and I put one tablespoon of maple syrup to make it tastier (you can eat carbs and sugar) 2-I stopped eating carbs and sugar. That's another way. (1 replies)
... Looking over all the charts of cholesterol content I've come to one conclusion, if you eat egg YOLKS you cannot stick to a 300 mg. ... (18 replies)

... of heart attacks are in people with normal or low cholesterol levels . ... (9 replies)
... about 2,000 mg per day. In general, cholesterol that the average American absorbs from food amounts to about 100 mg per day. ... (9 replies)
... Oatmeal is full of soluble fiber, which lowers LDL levels. When you digest fiber, it becomes gooey, it sticks to cholesterol and stops it from being absorbed. So instead of getting that cholesterol into your system, and your arteries, you simply get rid of it as waste. ... (21 replies)
... hout life due to familial hypobetalipoproteinemia have documented longevity.9 Epidemiological investigations of human populations incriminate high levels of LDL cholesterol as being atherogenic. ... (38 replies)
... Can Your Blood Cholesterol Be Too Low? ... (15 replies)
... Cholesterol Study: Different rules for elderly? by Delthia Ricks Staff Writer A low total cholesterol level, a major objective in preventing cardiovascular disease, may be associated (0 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)
... Many experts are convinced that it's time to move beyond lowering of LDL cholesterol for preventing coronary events, since considerable risk remains even after LDL cholesterol is lowered to target levels. ... (38 replies)
... Of course you want your cholesterol level to be as low as possible. But should you worry that it may be too low? ... (19 replies)
... Here is another article on low cholesterol from Dr. ... (19 replies)
... A series of landmark studies by his team, beginning in 1997, suggest inflammation is more important than cholesterol at triggering heart attacks. ... (7 replies)
... about 2,000 mg per day. In general, cholesterol that the average American absorbs from food amounts to about 100 mg per day. ... (26 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)
... of the cholesterol in your bloodstream is produced by your liver. If you take in cholesterol in your diet, then your liver produces less. If you decrease your consumption of cholesterol and saturated fats, then your liver produces more cholesterol. ... (3 replies)
... HDL levels are normal but my cholesterol is high? ... (6 replies)
... high calories, it would give you the calories to do so but also at a great risk of heart health that I don't think is worth it. You can body build and have low cholesterol at the same time. ... (5 replies)
... Nearly all dietary cholesterol comes from animal fat of some type... like chicken or beef or meat, eggs, and milk products like cheese or cream or butter or milk. ... (11 replies)

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