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... curve for LDL was for men at which point deaths started increasing with LDL. ... (9 replies)
... Yet none of our current remedies are really targetting the root causes of heart disease, they are treating statistical correlations with heart disease. ... (27 replies)
... Yet none of our current remedies are really targetting the root causes of heart disease, they are treating statistical correlations with heart disease. ... (27 replies)

... Yet none of our current remedies are really targetting the root causes of heart disease, they are treating statistical correlations with heart disease. ... (27 replies)
... Yet none of our current remedies are really targetting the root causes of heart disease, they are treating statistical correlations with heart disease. ... (27 replies)
... g, low levels of physical activity, chronic fatigue, coffee consumption, having elevated triglycerides, insulin resistance or diabetes, taking estrogen, eating a high protein diet, and suffering sleep disturbances, or depression. ... (41 replies)
... and lost sight of the cause. There can be no doubt that there is a statistical association between high cholesterol and heart attacks. But causality has never been convincingly demonstrated, let alone proved. ... (6 replies)
... I think there are many of us feeling the same way. I have known too many folks with normal cholesterol that have had some kind of heart problem, my husband being one of them. ... (23 replies)
... cholesterol with medication causes a disruption in that pathway. Did you ever notice what road constrution does to the flow of traffic? ... (37 replies)
... years with known CAD and normal or only slightly elevated TC. ... (33 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)
... How high do insulin levels climb in order to reduce rising blood sugar? ... (23 replies)
... Gaziano, et al. Fasting triglycerides, high density lipoprotein and risk of myocardial infarction. ... (29 replies)
... So, doc says go ahead and take atorvastatin because there is a percentage of people who have high CPK with no other apparent problem. He said atorvastatin is more effective re chol. lowering than simvastatin which I'd had years ago. Is that so? ... (12 replies)
... That well documented link is based on observational studies. As we all know, observational studies don't prove anything. That saturated fat actually causes LDL to go up has never been proved. In fact dietary studies demonstrate the opposite effect. ... (23 replies)
... Thanks tjlhb for expanding on the causes of high blood pressure. Stress was just an example. ... (13 replies)
... It seems that all of the "whole wheat" bread on the market today causes a spike in blood sugar, the difference in spike is negligable between the two. ... (5 replies)
... would reduce the risk of death and other adverse events in heart attack patients more than the moderate, most widely used dose of Zocor, known by the chemical name simvastatin. ... (0 replies)
... mg total daily dose. This is the best tolerated regimen, and improves the LDL reduction at the expense of some HDL increase. Niaspan, contrary to what every physician in the USA has been told, does NOT have a unique dissolution. ... (3 replies)




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