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... Your HDL is in the 70's! ... (35 replies)
... Thanks for your response. I am happy that Red yeast Rice has worked well for you as too! I have been on it for three years and it has kept me off of taking any prescription statins. I am currently on 1,000mg immediate release Niacin at bed time to help boost my HDL. ... (35 replies)
... C to HDL ratio of 2.7 that puts you in the lowest category of risk. Anything under 3.3 is considered very low risk. ... (35 replies)

... I recently went to the doctor for a regular check up and was shocked to find out that I have high cholesterol. I exercise regularly, have no family history of heart disease, don't smoke and lead a reasonably healthy lifestyle. ... (35 replies)
... and replaced that with oatmeal and juice in the morning. That was surprisingly one of the easier changes. ... (35 replies)
... Arizona77, normal HDL for me is around 60 and it went up more to near 70 with extra fish oil, olive oil in food, plant stanols and a little booze plus lots and lots of excercise. ...Okay, the excercise didn't raise it but it makes me feel better. FYI, I'm also a pescatarian. ... (35 replies)
... I'm on a drinking binge tonight... all in the name of science and raising my HDL and keeping my LDL low... ... (35 replies)
... and the calculation is called Real Age. It supposedly takes into account risk factors and behavioral benefits. He is at the Cleveland Clinic. Since I'm a good boy my apparent Real Age is 10 years younger than I really am. cough , cough...... ... (35 replies)
... If all this stuff about low HDL being even worse than a high LDL is true, then I am going to be really mad when I go back to the Dr. if my HDL of 96 has dropped a lot from my diet changes. I will head straight back to In and Out Burger if that happens! ... (35 replies)
... You sound like me when I was first diagnosed with high cholesterol. ... (35 replies)
... Niacin is interesting the way it affects cholesterol numbers differently for each person... and the same regarding the side effects. ... (35 replies)
... that is very interesting. I feel so much better hearing from you and others telling me that I don't need a statin. ... (35 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I had to do all the research on my own about LDL vs. HDL and ratios. My doctor just said "your cholesterol is too high and you will need drugs if it doesn't improve". ... (35 replies)
... cause the caculated LDL values to be high. Your doctor should have a direct measurement cholesterol test done before even talking to you about statins considering your TG levels. ... (35 replies)
... Comments like that from people who should no better really irritate me. Doctors seem to think that they need to write prescriptions to justify their existence .... :( Mark (35 replies)
... Just kidding about that part. Healthy eating is never a bad thing. My goal is to be "extra healthy" for 3 months, and then if my LDL goes down, maintain the healthy diet, but give myself just a little more freedom. I love, love, love good food too much to give it all up forever! ... (35 replies)
... any significance one way or the other. But I have seen some test where they verified that the anitoxidants in coffee were effective for reducing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. So I would believe that coffee in moderation is actually healthy provided you don't add sugar. ... (35 replies)
... I'd just eliminate the sugars and whole milk as even whole milk has a lot of lactose sugar in it. ... (35 replies)
... with few colds and no major illnesses. ... (35 replies)
... These dressings are low in carbs... and do not have all that much fat. I suggest you continue with these salads... ... (35 replies)

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