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... You mentioned blockage, but quite often, when you reach extremely high TG levels, the risk of CHD starts to decrease. ... (23 replies)
... type, and far less dangerous than Pattern B. Generally, people who have low HDL and high triglycerides have primarily Pattern B LDL, and people who have a high HDL combined with low triglycerides are primarily Pattern A. ... (7 replies)
... His other numbers were not alarming. I can't find the lab results right now, but if I remember right, his HDL was only a couple of points below normal and his blood glucose was fine. They couldn't calculate his LDL fraction because the Triglycerides were so high. ... (12 replies)

High Fat Meal
Dec 9, 2003
... about the correlation in a pub by Stephen Sinatra, MD. I don't have any studies on it. After reading that I realized my glucose level was 123, still normal but high normal. I wondered if improving it into the 80's would lower my triglycerides. ... (5 replies)
... d has an LDL of 70 may carry as much risk as someone else who has an LDL of 210, but is Pattern A. Generally speaking, Pattern A is more strongly correlated with high HDL and low triglycerides, while Pattern B is more common with low HDL and high triglycerides. But a calculated LDL tells us essentially nothing. ... (19 replies)
... Can anyone give me their opion on what i could do to raise my HDL and lower my triglycerides? ... (11 replies)
... HDL ratio levels sitting nicely in the low category risk area for CHD. ... (8 replies)
... I used to have high Cholesterol around 300 and high Triglycerides around 500, back around 10 years ago. I never went on statins for this. ... (2 replies)
... normous triglycerides several years ago, which I wish my internist had paid more attention to... ... (8 replies)
... Hi, Everyone. I'm a new member to these boards. I visited a doctor last week for the first time in 20+ years. I was going in for a "consultation," but ended up having blood drawn. I was NOT asked to fast beforehand, and I'd been on a modified low-carb diet for the previous six weeks. A few hours before the exam, I ate a breakfast of three eggs (scrambled in butter) and a... (13 replies)
... Overall CHOL HDL risk ratio.. 3. ... (1 replies)
... Personally with your TC, Trigs and LDL being borderline, and your HDL being way too low, you need to concentrate on raising that by at least 6 points and not worrying about the other three at this moment in time. ... (2 replies)
... and I am really scared of the results. My Trig is so high and HDL low. Here are my results. I from Canada but I converted the results to US units too. ... (2 replies)
... My numbers went from total 185 down to 110, triglycerides are now 52! ... (12 replies)
... Those numbers are a bit low. But if he is feeling OK, there is probably nothing to worry about. Some people just have naturally low serum cholesterol. Those triglycerides are a bit high probably because of the diabetes. Excess blood glucose finds its way to the liver, where it is converted into triglycerides. ... (2 replies)
... Niaspan usually does a better job of raising HDL and lowering triglycerides (which you don't need to do) than it does of lowering LDL. But it may be worth a try, especially if your doctor continues to monitor you with liver function tests. You are lucky to have such a high HDL; personally, I wouldn't worry too much about your high LDL since your HDL is so high (and... (12 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 13, 2006
... I lowered my triglycerides from 350 to 97 by following a diet based on the glycemic index of carbohydrates. The glycemic index is a rating system of how fast carbohydrates are metabolized. ... (11 replies)
... good and bad to that. It may lower your total cholesterol as well as your LDL. But, at the same time, it may also lower your HDL, and you may also find that your triglycerides will go up due to an increase in carbohydrate consumption. It's up to you if you want to go on that kind of diet. ... (8 replies)
... I was wondering also about my cholesterol levels that I had checked last July. Although my levels are very low and my Dr. ... (10 replies)
... low saturated fat, low sugar, low carbs and low sodium. ... (7 replies)


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