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... along with a ton of supplements, vitamins, and anything that even remotely promised to lower LDL. ... (9 replies)
... When you get your next test you should lobby for one of the Lipoprotien test. I'm guessing your results should be very good with the niacin diet and exerciese. Good luck. ... (6 replies)
... In all seriousness so many people in our country try to Doctor them selves and that is not a good idea. ... (23 replies)

... I went to see my Doctor today and he is took me off the Red Yeast Rice and switched me to Niacin 500mg non time released twice a day. I took 500mg this evening for the first time and I had the typical Niacin side effects for about 2 hours. ... (23 replies)
... Aim at, as you are already aware, increasing your HDL and also attack the Trigs. ... (2 replies)
... Note that these levels give a total of 135 mg/dl (60 + 60 + 60/5) and a total / HDL ratio of 2.25. People in rural China reportedly have total cholesterol average around that range. Given their high level of physical exercise (manual labor doing farming and other work) and low levels of body fat, it would not be surprising if their HDL / LDL / VLDL breakdown were similar... (11 replies)
... I doubt you will see much, if any, effect on your HDL and trigylcerides from Zocor. ... (4 replies)
... Just wanted to give a quick up date. Under my doctor's approval and under his care I am currently taking 1,000mg immediate release Niacin at bed time. Also I am taking 1,200mg Red yeast Rice twice daily as well. My Doctor said it was fine for me to take both. ... (23 replies)
... Yeah... a lot of folks who take that first 500 mg tab of immediate flush niacin without understanding its side effects swear it almost killed them... that niacin is extremely dangerous stuff and should be taken off the market... ... (23 replies)
Battling with HDL
May 12, 2014
... Thanks Tess, no I haven't tried red yeast rice. I am currently supplementing with Lecithin, niacin, CoEQ10 and Omega3 fish oil. I exercise a lot and eat porridge and add pulses etc to meals. ... (10 replies)
... Niacin raises HDL and your number is great at 98, so I don't understand you saying you had poor results with it. RYR lowers LDL. How much were you taking? ... (1 replies)
Niacin - Flushing?
May 23, 2007
... With good HDL levels, niacin is a waste of money and effort. ... (11 replies)
... My curiosity is KILLING me...waiting til next Wednesday to peak at my HDL and Lp(a) is not proving easy! I'm having no problem with the 500 mg. SLO-NIACIN, not a single real flush, just a few tinglies! (42 replies)
... well my hdl is 24 and my trigs are the same as his.My doctor told me to exercise more to bring up the hdl and to eat more fish and stuff like that that.That Ldl number of his is in the normal range its a good number.He also told me that this stuff is indeed hereditary. ... (13 replies)
Niacin and Lipitor
Dec 23, 2003
... Hmmm, this is indeed highly unusual. You've taken very high doses of Lipitor in the past, and have not seen much of an effect on your cholesterol? ... (6 replies)
... fats to up his HDL and protein. I did not believe him but it's good to hear it from someone else! So, maybe fats are not so bad! ... (16 replies)
... I'm trying to get her to take Niacin since she won't try anything else. ... (24 replies)
... Anyone use Inositol Hexanicotinate (non-flush niacin) to increase their HDL? And, if so, has it worked? (0 replies)
... I agree with you fully. Niacin is an extremely powerful substance and it is best to go up very gradually. I am going to do what you suggested. 100mg 4 weeks and then so on. What I have heard from others is to increase very slowly as well. Thanks again for your response. ... (23 replies)
... Less, and each of the ingredients are reputed to be beneficial in cholesterol management. ... (47 replies)

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