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Mar 19, 2005
... I was just curious why you didn't try all of the diet and supplement stuff for a while before ever getting on any meds. If you do both at once, how would you ever know which one could be having an affect? ... (9 replies)
... I'd be afraid to take that dosage. ... (15 replies)
... I don't know how much I should worry about this. ... (9 replies)

... For some, their high cholesterol is genetic, and no matter how much they eat or exercise, it remains stubbornly high. My total was always around 240 even in my prime when I was thinner and exercised all the time. ... (5 replies)
... in the normal range, but now they are elevated, I don't know what is causing it. The supplements which raise the hdl are counterindicated with coumadin, such as fish oil, policosanol, etc. and she can't drink much red wine because she is on medication for high blood pressure and is feeling lightheaded and dizzy. ... (1 replies)
... I have added high potency fish oil and chromium to my supplements. I read those will help with triglycerides. I will try to eat more veggies. ... (8 replies)
... Cut down on Rice. Don't eat much bread right now so I don't think that is an issue. ... (2 replies)
... bag my lunches, which often includes sardines in olive oil twice a week, and always one or two pieces of fruit. Dinners usually consist of having fish two or three times a week, pasta maybe once, and either beef or chicken the rest of the time. ... (10 replies)
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Mar 11, 2003
... o use. Tobacco use has some linkage to decreased HDL. I quit tobacco March 15, 2002 and have never looked back. I was a slave to it for almost 20 years. I am much much happier now. ... (4 replies)
... RP and homocysteine are better than aveage, and your total chol is under 200. As far as your concern about your HDL, your ratios are OK. A high HDL does not mean much if all your other numbers are NG, and great cholesterol numbers mean nothing if your CRP, homocycteine, fibrinogen levels etc are off whack. ... (18 replies)
... risk factors that need my constant attention. Some, of course, I have no control over but the rest I do, so I have pushed most of them out of the picture as much as possible. I think CHD can be modulated by serious lifestyle changes. ... (18 replies)




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