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... D! So therefore your test probably was measuring only a fraction of what mine were. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks all for the replies. The life a doctor has to be hard these days. HMOs and drug companies run the medical estabilishment and the doctors. I would not have the job for any amount of money. ... (38 replies)
Ldl/tc 182/260
Sep 26, 2005
... end of the normal range. ... (22 replies)

Ldl/tc 182/260
Sep 27, 2005
... Can I get these checked out when I am re-tested? (Which is actually this Friday.) Steve (22 replies)
... LDL cholesterol is calculated using a formula, so although your LDL is higher than 6 months ago, it may be more or less than 171. ... (6 replies)
... thought back then that I was never going to have strength or be free of muscle pain or have any endurance again. Took a long time to start to improve, but I'm getting back to normal now. ... (38 replies)
... I eat salmon once a week and skinless chicken breast twice a week. I use only olive oil in cooking. I rarely eat fried foods, once in a while I have buffalo wings. I eat at least five servings of fruit and veggies a day. Lots of water, no caffeine. Sounds great right? ... (3 replies)
... levels down. With my past 2 tests my levels have been at 22, where normal is less than 10. ... (12 replies)
... I believe Niacin raised my glucose a little from 94 to 103. I've also read that NIACIN raises homocysteine and uric acid levels. ... (5 replies)
... has been shown to carry a ten times greater risk for heart disease than an elevated LDL cholesterol level. ... (3 replies)
... Nope, doubt I need a PSA... ... (19 replies)
... Actually, I'm already taking 8 fish oil capsules a day, which is providing me with 1440 mg EPA, and 960 mg DHA. ... (21 replies)
... up all the LDL into the plaque... I guess they are now starting to measure the number in the blood plasma and are trying to figure out what is a 'normal' level. ... (19 replies)
... I think you have a very sensible attitude. ... (95 replies)
... This is what I would recommend for your husband. Cut back on all grain products and totaly eliminate wheat from his diet. Try a low carb diet and shoot to get those TGs down into the 70s or lower. Once that happens I'll bet he will see a significant improvement in particle size. ... (4 replies)
Niacin Flush
Nov 9, 2006
... My experience is that NOTHING affects it much with the possible exception of HUGE quantities of booze and even then only slightly. Niacin works a bit but only a for few percent change. ... (21 replies)
... I was reading a WSJ article on fat in the bloodstream and this was the term used. ... (25 replies)
Oct 23, 2003
... Here is another interesting article on Lp. My Lp was low at last test but I wish I had history before I started Niaspan 6 years ago. ... (42 replies)
... To a large degree, the high HDL and low triglycerides cancels out the higher LDL. The high HDL also improves your ratio. For ex. ... (5 replies)
Niacin Flush
Nov 8, 2006
... levels at 22, where normal is under 10. ... (21 replies)

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