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... Question is....the only thing I changed in my diet was that i added natural peanut butter to my diet everyday. Would that cause a rise in my ldl? ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the information. How to I find out what size the particle is? I had the blood test taken in the doctors office (14 hours fasting). They called me up on the phone a few days later and gave me the cholesterol results. Would that report also give me the particle size? Or is it another form of blood work? Thanks again !! (7 replies)
... Peanut butter should be lowering your LDL because it's an unsaturated fat. ... (7 replies)

... The only supplement I read about that might change LDL particle size to large is Niacin. ... (7 replies)
How to lower LDL?
May 19, 2016
... LDL I'm also underweight. Everyday I'm taking whole dairy milk, yogurt and peanut butter in order to increase my calories intake. ... (5 replies)
... So I went in to have a fasting lipid panel done as well as my thyroid panel (as I am hypothroid and need to check my bloodwork often). The lipid panel stated something I am not sure if I should be concerned about or not?! Triglycerides came back at : 141 mg/dL (range is : 35-135 mg/dL) HDL: 50 mg/dL (range is : 40-75 mg/dL) LDL : 68 mg/dL (range is : 60-100 mg/dL) ... (4 replies)
... Levels of LDL, LDL particle size, and prevalence of pattern B were similar. ... (7 replies)
... There's not really much I can do to improve my diet as is. The only source of sugar I eat is fruit. Banana in the morning and usually an apple and peanut butter at night for 'dessert'. I don't eat any cookies, junk food etc. ... (6 replies)
... At this point, I don't know if my LDL will stay large particle for the rest of my life, and I was thinking maybe the niacin will help keep it that way, but who knows..... ... (7 replies)
... What can you take to change small particle LDL into large particle? ... (7 replies)
... ing to a lady yesterday, and she told me she at just plain oatmeal, everyday and no nabs, for those of you who dont know what nabs are they are the orange lance peanut butter and crackers, and beleive it or not she has lost a great deal of weight...Her doctor told her not to..and I eat nabs alot.. ... (9 replies)
... w numbers are pretty good and I'm not at all dissatisfied although I would like to bring my HDL up to over 50 at least. They said my HDL needed to be over 60 and LDL under 100. I don't know how anyone would get those numbers without statins. ... (14 replies)
Improved results!
Sep 15, 2002
... But my next goal is to get LDL lower and HDL higher if possible. ... (6 replies)
... almond butter, or sunflower seed butter instead of butter or margarine. ... (17 replies)
... I snack alot on peanut butter, rice cake crisps, handful of sweets,dark chocolate each day and If i dont drink on the friday I will drink on sat maybe a bottle of jack daniels or wine. ... (1 replies)
New Numbers
Nov 9, 2007
... Research the HDL raisers and incorporate them in your diet, like onions, nuts, almonds, walnuts, orange juice. I eat oatmeal and put in a tablespoon of peanut butter to add protein after it comes out of the microwave while it's hot, the peanut butter melts in it and tastes so good! ... (15 replies)
... and I have eaten avocados and all natural peanut butter. ... (15 replies)
What should I do?
Jan 14, 2005
... My total chol. is "high" too at 257 and LDL is high at 161. But...my trigs are quite low and HDL is generally in the 90's. ... (2 replies)
New Number - help
Dec 18, 2008
... Unsaturated fats should be favorable in lowering LDL levels. Could you replace fatty red meat and full fat dairy products with fish, nuts, and skim milk dairy products? ... (3 replies)
... avorite sources of protein is the tuna you mentioned above. On days when I am not getting enough protein, I will open up a pack of tuna and eat it. I avoid the peanut butter because of the high caloric load. ... (10 replies)


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