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... to 199 and my HDL plumeted to 46 . ... (5 replies)
... at least over 50 ! and I will be a Happy camper. HOW hard is it to raise HDL significantly ? ... (5 replies)
... I can't really comment on getting the nicotonic acid out of the cigarette usage, but there are studies that show the impact of alcohol (not just red wine) on HDL levels, and go even further to show how they do this by affecting the biochemical pathway that results in less rapid clearance of HDL (leading to higher HDL particle numbers and size). (25 replies)

... Maybe eating orange peels is a better way to go...I DO love them and that's where the flavonoids are. ... (28 replies)
... I know that exercise increases HDL, but do you think my completely sedentary lifestyle caused by my pelvic fracture could decrease my HDL by a full 35 points in LESS THAN THREE WEEKS? ... (5 replies)
... HDL is often sensitive to exercise. ... (5 replies)
... My HDL is 47 and my trigs are 81. I don't eat dairy or meat to avoid foods high in cholesteral. ... (16 replies)
... As you can see, your LDL is only slightly higher than the recommended number. ... (18 replies)
... Nonetheless, opinions are still divided as to the magnitude of the hypocholesterolemic risk. Until the quandary has been fully resolved, there are reasons to be cautious about severely reducing dietary fat and serum cholesterol. ... (2 replies)
HDL Levels
Oct 6, 2006
... and I have been unable to find any info on how high or how low an HDL reading can be. ... (15 replies)
Omega 3 and HDL
Sep 28, 2016
... I am not on statins anymore but take 1300mg of quality salmon oil a day to boost HDL. For some reason my HDL remains just under the 'Normal' mark which is a concern. I have normal LDL. ... (2 replies)
... I just received a call from my doc's office. I have been taking lovastatin for almost a year, yes i am obese and do not exercise, well, i think that is going to change, but i need advice, please. ... (6 replies)
Jun 22, 2008
... My HDL's are 86. How much higher can I reasonably expect to get them? ... (1 replies)
... Yes, you can split the pill in half. At your next blood test, if your HDL is significantly higher and your triglycerides are lower, you will know Inositol is working for you. ... (47 replies)
... You both make great points. In the last month or two I've come accross some information that has helped for all this to make some sense. ... (18 replies)
... and 120 count. I take one in the AM and PM both with food. It has worked great! I highly recommend this brand and all of their dietary supplements are second to none. ... (23 replies)
... I used to smoke cigars, but quit almost two years ago, and even then, it was only about half a one per day, and I don't drink that often... ... (6 replies)
... Da I'm a bit on the independent side, too, especially when it comes to playing chemical soup inside my body. ... (27 replies)
... were higher than table sugar. But beware of corn syrup as it is the very highest of the carbs. ... (5 replies)
... Beg to differ with some of the previous responses, but if you have diagnosed heart disease, the current guidelines in the US are: HDL above 40, LDL 70 or below, trigylcerides 150 or below. There is pretty solid data that people with the lowest numbers do the best (I'm talking people with diagnosed heart disease, not people who are otherwise healthy with few cardiac risk... (7 replies)

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