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... Thanks for the replies. I try not to worry but I guess maybe I worry a little too much and if I get so much as a little pain here or there I'll worry about it. ... (10 replies)
Milk Thistle
Jun 5, 2003
... Thanks for the responses everyone. I was extremely disappointed with my doctor's response to my inquisition about milk thistle. ... (4 replies)
... makes all the difference. ... (13 replies)

... Homocysteine is a protein that is particulary inflammatory to the artery wall. Some people make too much of it. Controlling a high homocysteine is sometimes just a matter of taking large amounts of cheap folic acid. ... (1 replies)
... That could be the Achille's Heel difference between your diet and Ornish's. ... (15 replies)
... I appreciate the dialog and interaction. I don't think there is much to disagree about. ... (55 replies)
... Throughout the usual LDL cholesterol range in Western populations, lower blood concentrations are associated with lower cardiovascular disease risk. ... (76 replies)
Made up my mine!
Mar 19, 2001
... I agree with you on the blood tests. It will be interesting to see if he agrees to do them. What if he says "okay? ... (10 replies)
Still undecided!
Mar 19, 2001
... I don't think it would be unreasonable to ask that a lipid profile be done but that you still want to wait before trying the statins again. I disagree with you when you say that there are a lot of other things to try. There really isn't, I think that's why the docs have gone statin happy. ... (14 replies)
... Without affecting your HDL level too much, try the following. ... (11 replies)
... CRP between the the exercise and control group. ... (13 replies)
Co-enzyme Q10
Sep 15, 2005
... is probably a good idea since some studies have found that people on statins have less of it than others. ... (16 replies)
... Dietary changes will take longer to work than statins, Josh. One month of fish oil probably won't show a huge difference. Probably between three and six months is more realistic. ... (13 replies)
... there is a big difference.What I said was I am glad I am not taking "SYNTHETIC CONCENTRATED STATINS".They are not sure but scientists believe it is a combination between the Monokolin K and the yeast that makes it work so well. ... (27 replies)
CoQ10
Jul 1, 2005
... to counter any effects of depletion by my Lipitor and I read several places that as little as 30 mg. might be ok. So now I take 50 mgs. THere are two of taking the stuff and it's pricey, so the 50 will have to do. ... (3 replies)
... if they do know their total cholesterol, they either don't know or can't remember what their other numbers are. So I think that overall, most people do not have the same level of interest or understanding as do many people on this board. ... (40 replies)
... would reduce the risk of death and other adverse events in heart attack patients more than the moderate, most widely used dose of Zocor, known by the chemical name simvastatin. ... (0 replies)
Pravachol anyone?
Dec 16, 2002
... Here is the list , doesn't look much different than lippy , though it's not as strong so maybe the chance may be smaller or it just may take a little longer for problems to show up , all statins have the same side effects . ... (1 replies)




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