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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... fed into my heart and there was no added fat to the nutrients that they added. This was for 3 weeks and I was not able to eat ANYTHING by mouth, not even a sip of water. It would make my pancreas go crazy. ... (15 replies)
Bagged Lunches?
Apr 4, 2007
... HDL is 31. So we are trying to get the numbers where they need to be. Instead of throwing him on another med, our doc has him taking niaspan and of course, told him to eat less fat etc... ... (8 replies)
Help
Mar 13, 2007
... no. I hope I'm not stepping on your toes saying that, and that's just my opinion. Well, it's actually a LOT of people's opinion. ... (18 replies)

... High triglycerides, overweight, low HDL . ... (4 replies)
Pills & Numbers
Dec 1, 2006
... After the Doctor told me im as good as dead if i don't take the Crestor I started to take what ever i could find. Yes my father died of heart disease at just over 62 and his brothers at 65 or so. My mother had no problem and lived to 87. My frame is more like my mothers, not to heavy. ... (9 replies)
3 month follow-up
Jul 12, 2006
... I also have some issues like yourself. My cholseterol isnt very good 212 total 33 HDL 166 LDL 68 TRI.......it was worse about 3 months ago but with diet and exercise ive brought it down to this. ... (16 replies)
... The protein bars, what kind of interesting things are in that? ... (7 replies)
... I've been here reading these past week on all everyone's Cholesterol test. Now I finally got a copy of mine and wanted to share them to see what you all think and if I'm in great danger like my doctor made me feel. ... (8 replies)
Very high LP(a)
Sep 17, 2002
... Strangy enough though there seems no other heart disease in the family. His brother died only this year at 78 from an infection and had no hint of heart disease. ... (5 replies)
... blockage, so now I have 2 stents. ......I've been a big nutrition nut for over 33 years, so I know it was not my diet. ... ... (7 replies)
... channel blockers and a couple of brands of Statins. Verapamil is a known CYP3A4 inhibitor which increases the risk of statin associated myopathy. Diltiazem is also an inhibitor of CYP3A4. ... (9 replies)
28% drop in LDL
Mar 29, 2008
... In fact, I started lifting weights after reading your posts on the Diabetes Board, early in January 2007. I have been a long time fan of your knowledgeable and informative posts. ... (6 replies)
... jeans. Also, regarding my grandparents, both of my grandfathers died around age 70 of heart attack. My one grandmother died at 80 due to heart attack, and my other grandmother died at age 89 of stroke. ... (4 replies)
... the "good carbs." The legumes are high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps to trap dietary cholesterol in the intestines and ushers it out of the body so it never enters the blood stream. ... (7 replies)
... lovers who eat nuts at least 5 times a week have half the risk of heart attack compare to those eating less than once a week. ... (34 replies)
... Hope this helps to quiet some of your fears in getting rid of the Low Fat brain washing... ... (0 replies)
... eating some meats about 3 years ago. No pork but fish, chicken and lean red meats.I never eaten processed foods, nor the starchy stuff. White flour has been out of my diet for years, as well as sugars now, but I hope you agree to disagree on eating lots of dairy and meats. ... (7 replies)
... that diet, nutritional supplements and exercise, in conjunction with medical therapy and enhanced external counterpulsation is a good plan. The common precursor of heart disease is atherosclerosis. The inner arterial walls harden and thicken due to deposits of fatty substances. ... (29 replies)




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