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... ng U have admitted U were not a healthy eater, I would say changing your eating habits will probably help alot with your numbers. As far as the big drop, yes, it is quite a big drop, and for someone 26 years of age, I don't think being on a lifelong med. like Crestor is a good thing. ... (23 replies)
... I've had high cholesterol for a long time. Tried Zocor but got very sick with myalgic and neurological symptoms. ... (16 replies)
... Thank u Arizona. i didn't know what trigs were or how it effected my cholesterol. Is 5.15 really bad? ... (34 replies)

... it is part of almost every meal of the day. ... (5 replies)
... I think your test is ok even though you had coffee. Your CH of 268 is high. ... (5 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)
... I had consumed lots of Fatty meat, Sea Food, Red Meat etc., Could this be the reason the Cholesterol is high or it is because I have been losing weight gradually. I do not have any one in heridity with Cholesterol issue. ... (5 replies)
... Oct to lower my TC first. Then try natural methods for 3 to 6 months. I found out that salmon and green tea are good for lowering cholesterol and raising HDL, I'll give them a try. ... (18 replies)
... high a cholesterol level is part of the problem. ... (45 replies)
... converting my results! ... (6 replies)
... arkie, th liver produces like what, 2g of cholesterol a day, right? ... (26 replies)
... Obviously my 2005 results are the best I've ever had... almost lowest LDL, highest HDL and lowest Trigycerides. ... (22 replies)
... Jim Fix had such scans before he passed away, he might still be alive. I don't know if he was on any medication for his cholesterol problem, but I think his own level and family history would have made a statin a prudent choice, even if a scan revealed a need for immediate surgical intervention. ... (13 replies)
... And even Life Extension: For those who decide they don't want to take statins (a notable goal): (15 replies)
... foods stating that they have been proven to lower cholesterol and may lower the risk of heart disease when part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol. ... (7 replies)
... I am a new member to this board, but frequent on other health boards. I signed up mainly because I noticed that the community here for cholesterol issues looked loaded with knowledge. So here is my question to all you experts.. ... (9 replies)
... ining then you might do a little research and see if some supplements might be helpful since your putting extra stress on your body. I do not believe the running is the cause of your slightly low HDL. ... (15 replies)
... ot myself some cookies and donuts. I liked them so much I went back the next day and the day after that and was eating donuts almost every day. People think this is insane but I started losing the weight. It just flew off after that. Every time I'd go to the dr I'd be at least a couple of pounds lighter. ... (14 replies)
... I was about your age when I had my cholesterol checked at a health fair and my cholesterol was off the chart, the highest reading they had was 279 and the machine just said "high" for my reading. ... (7 replies)
... I have been working for a year to get my cholesterol numbers down below 300 and it hasnt worked. I started with 339 and im at 317. i have been trying to avoid the Statin but it seems inevitable. ... (7 replies)

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