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... only whole grains and stay away from sweet baked goods. The pharmacist also recommended that I take my Crestor medication at night since that it when most of the cholesterol is produced from the body. When my numbers were lower before, I had been taking them just before going to bed. Since then I switched to the morning. ... (9 replies)
... I have read that it is now known that cholesterol in the circulation is manufactured by the liver and is not directly from the cholesterol that we eat. High blood cholesterol that does not respond to diet change is usually genetic, but there are still ways to deal with it.. ... (9 replies)
... The fact that your cholesterol went up after 6 months on a WFPB diet seems strange or counterintuitive. However, looking more closely might reveal some possible reasons. ... (9 replies)

... to get down to an ideal weight. Perhaps that will help me out on the cholesterol front. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks YaYa. I am thinking I am battling genetics for sure. To have such an increase in cholesterol without eating any dietary cholesterol for six months must mean my body is good at producing it. I am sure hopeful the increased dose of Crestor drops the numbers down. ... (9 replies)
... my cardiac function has improved which my cardiologist didn't think possible with Mitral Valve Prolapse, and I haven't had high cholesterol in years. ... (9 replies)
... I am quite disappointed that after six months on a WFPB diet, with no oil, no dairy, no meat, no sugar, and losing 25 lbs, that my cholesterol numbers have actually gone up. That's not what I expected at all. So now my cardiologist has told me to up my Crestor dose from 10mg to 20mg. ... (9 replies)
... It would scare me, too! (9 replies)
... My HDL is 1.03 mmol/L (39.8 mg/DL); LDL is 2.4 mmol/L (93 mg/DL); Tryglycerides is 107 mmol/L (41.4 mg/DL). With my two stents, I do fall into the "have heart disease" category so my LDL SHOULD be below 1.8 (70 mg/DL) and my cardiologist says, ideally below 1.6 (62 mg/DL). The disconcerting thing is that earlier this year, my LDL was 1.44 (55.7 mg/DL) so going up to 2.4... (9 replies)
... What are your numbers:total, HDL, LDL and triglicerides? (9 replies)
... Ever since going on Crestor for my high cholesterol earlier this year, I have been having trouble sleeping through the night. ... (1 replies)
... I've always been on the high side for triglycerides my whole life. 200, 300, 400's not that abnormal but total cholesterol usually around 200 with my HDL's being a little low. ... (2 replies)
... Good for you. I had resisted Statins for a long time. This week I had my physical, AIC 6.7, but Cholesterol too high, especially Tri at 410. So I am refining my Low Carb Diet, I was eating too many eggs, so those are out as well as Red Meat. I walk 2. ... (2 replies)
... Well I guess I answered my own question. I will go ahead and post since I hope it may help someone else searching later on. As I suspected, getting my Diabetes under control would be key. My number have been the best I've ever seen. As a result of that combined with serious diet and exercise I am now: < than 1 month from the other readings … Cholesterol went from 524... (2 replies)
... Total cholesterol from 205 to 155, Trigs from 141 to 107. ... (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)


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