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... I'm curious how much Niacin you're taking. Usually the good lipid results are achieved with 1000 mg or more a day. ... (11 replies)
... The guy at the health store warned me about the liver damage. So i am being conservative. Thats when he recommended the lecithin too. The lecithin is 1200mg for one soft gel. Also my stools have been very soft the last two days. Sorry to be gross, but could it be the lecithin? ... (11 replies)
... Usually, I'll just take two tablespoons of lecithin after a meal with a glass of water. Sometimes I'll take it after breakfast, and other times I'll take it after dinner. I don't think it really matters which time of day you take it. ... (11 replies)

... You said at your first post that this is good for the liver so why did the healthfood guy say it could cause damage to the liver. I was just going to go out and buy this and I read your post. I cannot risk anything harming my liver since I have already been diagnosed with a fatty liver.. ... (11 replies)
... I believe the liquid lecithin is still available, but I wouldn't recommend it. I tried it once, but never again. I used to take a tablespoon or two, and it would stick to the roof of my mouth like glue! On top of that, after each use, I used to have to scrub the spoon clean with cleanser to clean it off. ... (11 replies)
... About the only "natural" remedy to lower cholesterol is niacin. But taking the needed 2000 mg or more of niacin could hardly be called natural. ... (5 replies)
... The form of niacin to use may depend on what you're particularly concerned about. ... (12 replies)
... I take Lecithin and have done so for a good number of years, long before statins were invented. ... (26 replies)
... First and foremost, I think you need to stop smoking. ... (7 replies)
... has gone generic and is getting cheaper and cheaper and is still a potent statin, thus you WILL get a very large drop in your LDL. ... (16 replies)
An IMPORTANT Study
May 15, 2005
... It's true that my father has made other changes in his diet and lifestyle, so therefore it is extremely difficult to point to any single factor as being key to his HDL being as high as it is today. ... (25 replies)
... I recall reading somewhere that too much Niacin can interfere with your Liver? ... (12 replies)
... The decision on whether or not to continue taking Lipitor is a personal one which only you can make. ... (24 replies)
New Numbers
Jul 28, 2006
... a couple months ago. Lasix and Cozaar for hypertension control. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks Arizona73, I 'll be curious to see if my HDL increases on my next check, now that I'm no longer smoking. I will also add a couple of the supplements that you suggested to what I'm already taking. And thanks to everyone else that replied. :) DEDA (10 replies)
My results
May 12, 2005
... The vitamins you are taking are great. In my experience, vitamins have not had much effect on my cholesterol values. I believe they help in many other ways. ... (31 replies)
... I think that a nice long walk would be just fine. You don't have to go out and run marathons or train for the olympics. ... (7 replies)
... moderately high total chol. and LDL, and low trigs and high HDL. The numbers vary from test to test, but the pattern is always the same. ... (5 replies)
Low HDL forever
Apr 10, 2005
... I ALWAYS have to look up that conversion factor and I HATE the mmol. ... (5 replies)
... or to add Zetia. Since adding Zetia would have amost doubled my cost I opted to double my Lipitor instead, to 20mg., and it worked. Of course my regimen includes fish oil, lecithin, niacin, folic acid, lower fats, hard exercise, etc., etc. ... (9 replies)




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