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... For us, that seems to be a genetic makeup. There are some reports that implicate very low cholesterol with increased incidence of strokes.... Others indicate no linkage. ... (3 replies)
... I am sure his doctor probably recommended a low fat diet, one especially low in saturated fat. Get as much saturated fat out of his diet as possible. That does not mean eliminating all fat. ... (5 replies)
... Your calculated HDL is as below. ... (3 replies)

... the types of fats you consume can have a significant effect on your LDL and HDL levels. ... (2 replies)
Bad Test Results
Dec 19, 2004
... As I see it, your numbers are all out of balance, and I suspect your elevated triglycerides may have a lot to do with it. High triglycerides and low HDL go hand in hand, resulting in unfavorable ratios. Do you eat a lot of carbohydrates and sugar? ... (6 replies)
May 30, 2001
... Actually, I was not confused on the numbers. My HDL is very high, and the LDL is very low. That is the confusion on the triglycerides. I have since learned that stress can increase the triglycerides. ... (8 replies)
... I am just wondering if there could be a problem here with the high ldl, and the very low triglycerides? ... (6 replies)
... From what I'm reading here carbs like sugar, breads, rice, etc. raise the triglycerides right? ... (3 replies)
... Let's see what the results of the fenofibrate is on that excruciatingly high triglycerides of yours. It's obviously a genetic trait of yours. ... (5 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 15, 2006
... Bethy, You have gotten some good advice about what foods to eat but as far as a supplement there is one and it is called Chromium Picolinate. This Chromium is found in brewer's yeast but most people don't care for the taste and take the tablets instead. The information I have is 90% of the people are deficient in it. Those who are diabetic often take it to help with spiked... (11 replies)
... It's a difficult diet consisting of small frequent meals of low calories and high fiber. I started it in December 2004. ... (17 replies)
... Well, I don't think cholesterol drugs are necessary in Lisa's case. As long as her HDL and triglycerides remain this desirable, there really shouldn't be any need for statins. ... (9 replies)
High Tri's
Aug 2, 2005
... Like Cathy said, definitely put a MAJOR halt on starchy foods like pasta, white rice, white bread, pre mixed items etc. U can look up low Glycemic foods on the web to get an idea of things to eat and things to stay away from. ... (27 replies)
... WOOOOO HOOOOOO!!!! :bouncing: These are his new numbers: Total Cholesterol: 139 (was 192) Triglycerides: 248 (was 777) HDL: 34 (was 39) :( Cholesterol/hdl: 4.09 LDL:55 (couldn't even calculate it before) LDL/HDL: 1.62 (12 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 13, 2003
... A couple comments. It looks like these studies were geared to show niacin off in the best light. Why for example, compare with gemfibrozil rather than Lipitor? Even with this favorable comparison, the results for 2000 mg/day show 20% and 25% increases in HDL....this is, for example, a change from a wretched 30 to a wretched 36-37. Not enough to benefit most people. And then... (16 replies)
High Cholesteral
Sep 21, 2001
... Dr. prescribed Tricor and low fat,low carb.and low cholesteral diet its driving me crazy,and getting severe headaches.Anyone have any suggestions? ... (3 replies)
... To me, these numbers do not look alarming and in need of a statin, unless you have other heart related problems. Your Triglycerides are high and you could work on lowering that number. Are you taking fish oil? ... (1 replies)
... Additionally, low fat often means high carbohydrate. If the carbohydrates include a lot of sugars and fast digesting carbohydrates, they may raise triglyceride levels. ... (1 replies)
... trongly recommend you to do the same. It seems that Niacin can cause liver damage in certain cases but it is considered to be an effective medication for raising HDL levels. Apparently, it can also inhibit the effectiveness of statins in lowering LDL if taken at the same time. ... (36 replies)
Nov 4, 2005
... Yes, that is a low HDL. It should be at least 40 and higher is better. ... (13 replies)

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