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... e, my numbers came down, but so did my HDL. I've been running and exercising a lot over the last three weeks and eating a strict diet... hopefully that raises my HDL on next check up. ... (2 replies)
... My labs: 12/31/09 Trigs 138 (normal) Cholesterol 250 (High) HDL 23 (good cholesterol... should be above 40... way low). LDL 158 (High. Normal is 1-129.9). LDl/HDL Ratio 6.32 High (Normal is 0-3.5) Chol/HDL Radio 8.4 (High, Normal is 0-5). (32 replies)
... Hey Red, I did go on vegetarian diet and lost 5 pounds, but I'm having trouble quiting carbs. Here's last months numbers: TC-173 HDL-34 Tri-571 Glucose is 91 Reference 65-99 Here's new numbers: TC-142 HDL-35 (12 replies)

... I respectfully disagree in part that cholesterol levels can be too low, and that part is only that the protective HDL can be too low. ... (18 replies)
... In addition to my diet suggestions above, you might want to start eating more eggs. Your total cholesterol can take it, and unless this test was a fluke, your HDL could use the extra boost. ... (7 replies)
... e. You don't need any drugs based on those numbers. The risks just don't justify the benefits, if any in your case. Of particular importance is your very high HDL level and very low triglyceride level. That high of an HDL is very protective. ... (8 replies)
... Hey bigal, your forumla is identical to the one you said was wrong. You said: LDL = TC - HDL - (Trigs/5) Which just happens to be the same exact forumula as: TC = LDL + HDL + (Trigs/5). (6 replies)
... No the formula is wrong the correct one is Total cholesterol minus HDL minus the (Triglycerides divided by 5) So here is an example Chol.=174 Trig= 296 HDL= 54 LDL=60.8 174 - 54=120 296. divided by 5=59.2 120 -59.2 60.8 (6 replies)
... I had mentioned that I would post my latest lipoprofile results. I have also worked up my last 1.5 years of blood profiles, pre- and post- MI for those interested. In summary, I have discovered that by weight loss and exercise I have been able to come off of all prescription meds (minus the zyrtec for allergies). I have reversed type II diabetes. The most significant... (17 replies)
... The LDL is too high. The total Cholesterol is too high. The hdl is abnormally high. Normal HDL "high" is about 60. Even though it is said that, the higher the hdl, the better, I wouldn't trust an hdl level of 115, would you? ... (9 replies)
... Component Results Component Standard Range Your Value Cholesterol 120-199 mg/dL 147 The National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) has set the following guidelines (reference ranges) for Cholesterol: Optimal.....................<200 mg/dL Borderline High.............200-239 mg/dL High........................> or = 240 mg/dL Triglycerides 30-150 mg/dL 222 The... (13 replies)
... of the risk of the participants with the lowest HDL levels of developing CAD. ... (11 replies)
... Well, in a nutshell, the liver releases LDL into the bloodstream, which accumulates on the walls of the arteries. HDL collects LDL and returns it to the liver for disposal. ... (4 replies)
... dl HDL then great, as all Cholesterol ratios are equated using the High Density Lipoprotein. ... (11 replies)
... Rick, I have been meaning to get back to writing something more about this, in addition to what I was guessing at before. Prednisone (and other corticosteroids) have various effects, one of which is to interfere with the cholesteryl ester transfer protein effect (the protein that allows transport of that ester from HDL to VLDL and the movement of a TG from the VLDL to the... (20 replies)
New test results
Jan 28, 2004
... Now, if you play with your diet and reduce fat, you will probably see both your LDL and HDL drop. ... (6 replies)
... Niacin I took from 1500 mg to 500 mg because it was resulting in elevated bilirubin and wreaking havoc on my hepatic panel. I expected to lose the benefit to my HDL by having it drop, and for my LDL to go up some. ... (12 replies)
... lower is generally better, and large buoyant LDL and HDL is better than small dense LDL and HDL. ... (6 replies)
More on Niacin
Jan 9, 2008
... Likewise, prior my HDL was at 42. It will be interesting how my numbers turn out. I will post my results and share with everyone once I am tested. ... (4 replies)
... You may be right that the HDL is too high. I do think there has been too little research on HDL to know at this point. ... (9 replies)

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