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Hey pcovers
Nov 10, 2002
... unit side chain in the molecular structure. Apart from the important process which provides energy, CoQ10 also stabilizes cell membranes and acts as an antioxidant. In this capacity, it destroys free radicals in the body. ... (10 replies)
Jul 2, 2005
... I think that for anyone who is taking a statin, the blood tests should include measuring CoQ10 levels. This makes perfect sense, since statins deplete CoQ10, and can lead to problems. ... (3 replies)
... asures CoQ10. This would eliminate a lot of the guesswork as far as dosages are concerned, and the patient can adjust his dosage accordingly until adequate blood levels are achieved. I have read that a normal blood level is 0.8 to 1.2 micrograms per milliliter of blood. ... (7 replies)

... ubstantiated claims for supplemtents that cure or successfully treat multiple obesity, heart disease, and AIDS and myositis and STROKE. The icing on the cake is often the bemoaning about the conspiracy to silence these harbingers of wisdom. ... (25 replies)
How much CoQ10 ?
May 28, 2005
... Objectively, you can ask your physician to conduct a blood test that measures CoQ10. More and more medical laboratories are offering this service as interest in CoQ10 rises. And with this development comes more accurate and reliable tests. ... (10 replies)
... First released on the US market in 1987, statins have rapidly grown into one of the most widely prescribed class of drugs in history. ... (7 replies)
... Attached to this petition is a 20 page report written by Dr. Peter H. Langsjoen. In the introduction to the Citizen's Petition on Statins, Dr. ... (33 replies)
... I don't know if any of you folks here have FCH as I do, but so far the drugs I've been on have not produced miracles. I have on a low fat diet for sometime, although I've been known to get off of it after seeing the awful results of my cholesterol tests. ... (25 replies)
... Congrats. It's puzzling to me that Lipitor flat out didn't work for you and those 3 supplements did. The effectivity of any of those three on cholesterol levels is marginal at best. BTW, you can easily supplement Q10 with statin medication. ... (21 replies)
... it came on suddenly when Tricor was added to my prescriptions... ... (31 replies)
... Gel'. Yes, to get proper absorption you should take all CoQ10 with a slight amount of fat, or with some natural vitamin E. ... (58 replies)
... ou can look up uses of cholesterol in the body. As cholesterol is produced by the liver it is also produced by the brain, for use specificly by the brain. These tests were preformed by radioactive dye. Statins are know to cause periphiral neuropathy. ... (14 replies)
... you might what to consult a "certified geriactric pharmacist" on your medications. You can find a list of them in your area by looking them up. They have a considerable amount more of education to obtain this certification. ... (37 replies)
... Hubble, Nope, no further ideas on how to enhance/push Q10 absorption. I am now interested in ways to synthesize more in the body. I never heard of ACAT2 before, so now I have to do some quick reading. Thanks... Regford (58 replies)
... Though unfortunately, most of us have to rely on MD's for cures or assistance. ... (37 replies)
... e to stop taking the 10mg of Lipitor and asked that I switch to Crestor 5mg. He also did some blood work checking liver function and creatine kinase levels. Both tests turned out normal, with creatine kinase levels at 150, with normal being less than 200. ... (1 replies)
... exercise changes you implemented. And supplements such as CoQ10 and Omega 3s are a must after a heart attack and when you take statins. Strange your doctor seemed to dismiss them. ... (16 replies)
... in terms of how risks are assessed, and in conducting research that will more clearly identify the risks and how to assess risk. I scored as relatively low risk on the tool that is most frequently used, except I actually had many factors that made me high risk. ... (11 replies)
... I am a 36 year old male, weighing in at a little less than 285 (6ft 2in tall). About a month ago, I went to the doctor to talk about my anxiety and high blood pressure which seemed to be related to high stress levels. To rule out several other potential causes of my anxiety symptoms, he did several blood tests and, long story short, it all came back good with the exception... (20 replies)
... I would appreciate any discussion by those who think my total and ldl are too low. Also, any opinions on the relationship to testosterone and Prolactin levels. ... (11 replies)

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