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... this is something hypolipidemic therapy does not do. ... (44 replies)
... takes up to 6 months for full effect. If it's making a slight difference in a few months then after 6 it will work even better. ... (17 replies)
... s go down even more. They say CoQ10 doesn't work either, yet some cardiologists ''recommend it''. I've told my cardiologist it does work . Now I get a lot of info. from Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and other sites, so I hear ''yes and no'' to many things we are trying for heart health. ... (19 replies)

... Since you seem concerned about your cholesterol numbers being too high, I suggest that you work with your doctor to find a med that you can tolerate.. It may be you have to try something other than Lipitor. ... (20 replies)
... Policinasol is also made from beeswax and grains, however, it is only the one made from sugar cane that lowers cholesterol. According to PubMed it really does work for some people. I took it for a year and it did not change mine, however, my cholesterol was good to start with. ... (33 replies)
... Wondering how policosanol would work with zetia. Zetia does not go through the liver. Cholesterol is excreted. ... (25 replies)
... going to work with the numbers but statins. ... (12 replies)
... lbs, in good shape and work out regularly. I don't eat a lot of junk food. ... (13 replies)
... The research studies conducted here in the U.S on both INOSITOL HEX and POLICOSANOL do not show any significant results versus placebo. In Europe and So.America they appear to work. ... (47 replies)
... Actually your body produces more cholesterol than you could ever eat. Cutting the fats in the diet is good to help the liver but it really does not do much in the way of lowering it. ... (7 replies)
... he has never had it raise that high. Most of research said that niacin raises HDL but as you know everyone is different. I want to ask did taking the 20 mg's of Policosanol bring down your total? ... (17 replies)
... guy and urologist, as he has appts. next month with each of them due to them finding nodules on his prostate, plus his BP was too high. Good grief, this poor guy does all he can to be good and he still can't win, very aggravating. Hopefully his tests will come back ok, but it is going to be a VERY busy march for us. ... (6 replies)
... Gardeninggal, I think you're probably OK with 2 One-A-Days - I'd check the vitamin-a content, they're finding that excess doses of vitamin-a are not good. For example, doses of 10,000mg+ have been associated with hair loss. Why not get a bottle of Policosanol? I also share your views on high cholesterol. I'm more concerned with (a) keeping my LDL from becoming... (3 replies)
... nue the Lipitor, but I am very carefully watching what happens in the meantime. I cannot afford to be even a little bit mentally or physically challeged, since I work a high level tech job, and have to run the household, since my husband's narcolepsy has stolen a lot of his mental acuity. ... (20 replies)
CoQ10
Mar 7, 2004
... better, wall thickness returned to normal. I later did some more research and found that in University hospitals they start people out with 300 mg a day. So it does work. ... (11 replies)
... to work it out. ... (3 replies)
... I need to know if Policosanol really works or is it another heatlh store product that promises to work but does not. ... (6 replies)




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