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... Can Your Blood Cholesterol Be Too Low? ... (15 replies)
... itiating factor for arterial disease but for the majority of the population whose plaque buildup is WELL underway, stopping further buildup seems the logical way to go. ... (14 replies)
... Cutting out meat and eggs and dairy and any saturated fat is not the answer if you want to keep you HDL at a good level. The atkins diet has been shown to lower cholesterol, while increasing HDL and Lowering trigs. ... (10 replies)

... I had high cholesterol a year ago and was put on statin drugs. They worked two weeks my cholesterol was within acceptable ranges...all types! ... (31 replies)
... you can make further adjustment to diet after your next blood test. ... (7 replies)
... saturated fat and can last for long periods of time exposed to air and not become rancid. ... (26 replies)
... My doc. said everything was fine but he needed me to lower the LDL a bit. ... (7 replies)
... I have taken it for quite some time and just last week stopped taking it because it did much more that lower cholesterol. ... (3 replies)
... than the population, but primarily due to increased HDL, even though the VLDLs are slightly decreased. ... (20 replies)
... As long as U can take the statins with no side effects, that is good. I, like many others had horrid reactions to them, so am trying like crazy to lower the numbers with diet, exercise and some supplements. I don't expect to try everything I hear about, that is not my style, plus I don't have money to blow. ... (86 replies)
... I like to check in here once in a while and see how everyone is progressing. I've been battling my genetic hyperlipidemia since I was 10 years old and I really needed to try something DIFFERENT than what the AHA or other groups suggest, and something fresh and DIFFERENT than anything I've ever done before. ... (6 replies)
... no other heart disease risk factors. The experts who wrote the guidelines estimated the number of Americans taking statins should nearly triple, from 13 million to 36 million. ... (7 replies)
... density lipoprotein cholesterol in all patients with acute myocardial infarction and coronary artery disease. ... (33 replies)
... with no medication for the past six years or so, this was soon to change. ... (3 replies)
Jul 21, 2004
... ally found in small amounts in the blood. However, high levels of homocysteine in the blood may promote plaque buildup in blood vessels that may, over time, lead to serious cardiovascular problems. ... (2 replies)
Please help
Mar 11, 2003
... It is possible to try exercise first. I think the reason most doctors want to throw pills at you from the start is that most people quite simply are not going to make a concerted effort to change. ... (4 replies)
... tins depleating the body of the enzyme CoQ10 which can then cause "myopathy" and they suspect "cellebellar ataxia" among other things. This enzyme is especially needed for the heart which is a muscle. They are doing extensive research and believe that supplements of this enzyme can help Ataxia, Parkinsons and MS patients etc. ... (8 replies)
... Bernadette, I agree with most of what you say but I have to say this, when they said my husband's cholesterol was too high they said "no eggs" well we stopped eating them and as a result my low cholesterol went up. ... (42 replies)
... Hi there, I am new to the world of high cholesterol and am looking for some advice. I am a 39 yr old woman, overweight, with high blood pressure and type II diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... JJ.. unfortunately this happened to my mother. Her arteries were clean as a while when an angiogram was done. Her cholesterol always ran 265ish. Her doctor in all her glory insisted that she had to go on a cholesterol medication. She ended up in a wheel chair. ... (2 replies)

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