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... I had a lipid panel done last week and will be seeing my Doctor next week. I have been on a low fat diet for the last 3 months. Wondering if my levels indicate needing meds? ... (2 replies)
... What is the breakdown of your cholesterol? HDL, LDL, Triglycerides, etc. I'm sure any adjustments can be made with diet. Don't panic, you'll be fine. :) (2 replies)
Triglycerides
Aug 16, 2007
... but in reduced quantities and mixed with low to medium glycemic foods. ... (8 replies)

... With numbers as low as you have, what are you doing an Lipitor. You mirror the problems I had from this very nasty drug. ... (4 replies)
... sulin resistance, I got the added benefit of seeing my cholesterol numbers improve. I haven't tried metformin but I have hear that it works the same way that the Low GI diet does, which is to slow down the metabolism of Carbs thus decreasing insulin release. ... (7 replies)
Bad Test Results
Dec 19, 2004
... A total cholesterol of 258 wouldn't be that big of a deal except for your low HDL level and high triglyceride level. ... (6 replies)
... Diets with olive oil as the dominant fat source may help reduce visceral fat, blood glucose, blood clotting, triglycerides and oxidation of LDL cholesterol and ultimately heart disease deaths. ... (31 replies)
... HDL is not just a denser form of LDL. HDL and LDL have different proteins attached which respond to different cell receptors. They serve very different functions. ... (19 replies)
Question?
Dec 25, 2004
... Instead of measuring VLDL, they can approximate it by measuring the triglycerides and dividing by 5, but this only works when triglycerides are in the "normal" range. Triglycerides over 400 result in the inability to accurately calculate the LDL. ... (4 replies)
... the starches, sugars, breads, pasta, or any other white flour products. Cut out sweets, junk foods, and anything else that contains hydrogenated fats. Emphasize high protein foods, like meat, fish, and eggs. ... (7 replies)
... HDL ratio has been shown to be a much better predictor of heart disease risk than total cholesterol or LDL levels which seem to be the only thing that doctors focus on. ... (6 replies)
... LDL cholesterol can be broken down into two kinds, pattern A and pattern B. LDL pattern A is large fluffy particles that are less dense than pattern B and not easily oxidized. ... (5 replies)
... rofile. 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)
... I never had my LDL measured, nor did I ever request that it be done. In my case, I'm really not too concerned, and no doctor has ever suggested that I should be on a statin. ... (33 replies)
50 point increase!
Mar 10, 2003
... question had me curious as to whether any exact data could be found for the impact of exercise on our lipid profiles. I know that I do my running to increase my HDL above 40. Until I ran, I was never able to achieve an HDL of 40 plus. ... (15 replies)
... statement made before, but I don't see how you can come to that conclusion by just looking at a simple mathematical equation. The equation doesn't mean that if triglycerides go down that LDL must go up. HDL and total cholesterol can also change resulting in no direct correlation between LDL and triglycerides. ... (19 replies)
New test results
Jan 30, 2004
... Justgettinby, Here's what the doctor is looking for: I hope that helped! (6 replies)
... as well as raising the levels of HDL particles, all of which are primary nocturnally synthesized. ... (22 replies)
... The way of thinking over here in Europe has changed somewhat from single figure readings of LDL and TC. The figures quoted above except for the Trig's are used as 'target' figures, not healthy figures, but only by the 'old' brigade of doctor's. ... (10 replies)
Weird Cholesterol
Oct 22, 2004
... Those are excellent numbers, especially your high HDL level and very low triglyceride level. And don't worry about that LDL of 170 because that number isn't accurate. ... (7 replies)


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