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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... Triglycerides, another fatty substance that increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, are too high if they're over 150. ... (6 replies)
... You can request from your doctor to have your LDL measured, and thus obtain a more thorough breakdown regarding LDL particle size. ... (8 replies)
... lps lose weight, which is an additional benefit. By losing 10 pounds of excess weight, according to Kokkinos, "That's where you see significant increases in your HDL cholesterol. ... (34 replies)

... This will help reduce your triglyceride levels. Try to eat foods that have a low glycemic index... ... (12 replies)
... The high triglycerides with a low HDL is concerning. Is he consuming a lot of refined sugars or alcholic beverages? ... (13 replies)
... more of a risk factor for heart disease than high LDL or high total cholesterol. ... (15 replies)
... Hey Guys I recently had a blood test and the results are: Total Chol: 6.6 Triglycerides: 0.7 HDL-C 2.1 LDL-C 4.2 NON HDL-C 4.5 Chol/HDL 3.1 (4 replies)
Very High LDL
Nov 8, 2010
... Whether the above will be sufficient to bring your cholesterol levels into a sufficiently low risk range is not something that can be known until you try them for a while and test again. ... (2 replies)
... of Niacin...high dosages cause flushing. Maybe some of these are helpful in keeping the triglycerides low? ... (3 replies)
... Even with borderline low HDL your ratios are good. ... (2 replies)
... You sound like me when I was first diagnosed with high cholesterol. ... (35 replies)
... Your numbers are not that bad due tot he fact that your HDL is very good. ... (9 replies)
... Hello folks, I'm posting here because my Doctor wants me on Lipitor for high LDL but if possible I would rather go the diet route. Not asking anyone to contradict my Doctor, but is it possible diet is playing a role? ... (3 replies)
High Colesterol??
Dec 30, 2010
... It looks like your HDL is low, and your LDL and triglycerides are high, compared to the usual low risk ranges. And the concern goes up more if you have other risk factors like diabetes, high blood pressure, or family history of heart disease. ... (3 replies)
... Well I know most everyone I know tells me their drs. are not a bit concerned about their numbers if their HDL is really good, of course providing their other numbers aren't off the wall. ... (27 replies)
... ink you're probably right about the protective effects of HDL. Any doctor who ignores that is probably just pandering to the drug companies. The key is to have a high HDL with low triglycerides. And if you already have that, then LDL is most likely irrevelant. ... (27 replies)
High Tri's
Aug 2, 2005
... I'm surprised they got an LDL reading with your Trigs. so high. When my husbands were over 400 they couldn't calculate his LDL....... ... (27 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)
... but there are two types of LDL, Lpa and Lpb, with Lpa being light fluffy type and Lpb being more dense and the type of more concern. With low triglyceride levels such as yours, the Lpa tends to predominate, which is good and may explain your slightly elevated LDL numbers. ... (3 replies)
... I think you're fine. The LDL wouldn't be considered high if your total cholesterol was 200 or less. So, you're not far off the norm. And the HDL pretty mich overrides all that as HDL in that range is exceedingly good for you. ... (1 replies)




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