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... Low total cholesterol levels have been shown in many studies to be related to a much greater cancer risk. Very rare does a person with cancer, have an elevated cholesterol. ... (19 replies)
... It is always helpful to post the source of your research so others may also look it up. Here is an interesting report on the subject: Another: (19 replies)
... I researched my question more thoroughly and found that optimal total cholesterol levels should be around 200. Low total cholesterol levels like 140 may increase the risk of stroke. ... (19 replies)

... Of course you want your cholesterol level to be as low as possible. But should you worry that it may be too low? ... (19 replies)
... Here is another article on low cholesterol from Dr. ... (19 replies)
... Total normal levels of cholesterol should be under 200. ... (6 replies)
... The Japanese do typically have low total lipid levels.... ... (19 replies)
... When I had my MI at age 35, my cholesterol was controlled by meds and in the 190s. I have to agree with NineLives here on this one. ... (15 replies)
... just got my numbers back after being on the "protein power" diet and my total chol. is 188, but triglycerides is 26. alan, is this considered too low? ... (2 replies)
... Cholesterol Study: Different rules for elderly? by Delthia Ricks Staff Writer A low total cholesterol level, a major objective in preventing cardiovascular disease, may be associated (0 replies)
... A couple thoughts, since we are dealing here with a sample of people who are dying largely in their 70's the skewing effects of cancer cannot be ruled out. Low cholesterol levels are a familaiar accompaniment to the cachexia of cancer and occurs even much earlier in the cancer process. ... (9 replies)
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Jul 6, 2004
... I assumed that was your reason for posting. Low HDL is a risk factor.. ... (7 replies)
... cholesterol levels are well tolerated. ... (38 replies)
... Can Your Blood Cholesterol Be Too Low? ... (15 replies)
... I would not take a statin since you are healthy. Your Triglyceride to HDL level is excellent. I wrote the NIH about how the percentages given in cholesterol studies are not accurate. ... (10 replies)
... of the cholesterol in your bloodstream is produced by your liver. If you take in cholesterol in your diet, then your liver produces less. If you decrease your consumption of cholesterol and saturated fats, then your liver produces more cholesterol. ... (3 replies)
... known risk factor for stroke. But new research suggests that low levels of cholesterol in the blood may also increase stroke risk. ... (19 replies)
... fat diets lower total cholesterol, they also have the tendency to lower HDL as well. ... (1 replies)
... inly not in the case of poor old Nathan Pritikin who had a TC of 102 for 20 years before he got cancer at 69 and committed suicide,another alleged side effect of low cholesterol. ... (9 replies)
... Is there such thing as a cholesterol free diet or just a low cholesterol diet? ... (8 replies)




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