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... rop quickly if you reduce the amount of carbs that you take in, and they will slowly continue to decrease as you continue to exercise, maintain the same diet and reduce your body fat composition. My triglycerides stabilized after about 3 months. ... (15 replies)
... That well documented link is based on observational studies. As we all know, observational studies don't prove anything. That saturated fat actually causes LDL to go up has never been proved. In fact dietary studies demonstrate the opposite effect. Going on a low-carb, high-fat diet is associated with an improvement in the lipid frofile. HDL goes up, triglycerides go down,... (23 replies)
... I was diagnosed with high cholesterol a little over a month ago. I'm 36 years old 5' 11" 150 lbs.Total was 247,hdl 41,ldl 201, tri 71.I was told that I needed statins.My Dr. ... (15 replies)

... I just received results today that my cholesterol is also high. Mine is 285 and I'm only 32 years old. My doctor said to go on a low fat diet and exercise. ... (15 replies)
... I've been diagnosed with high cholesterol for the first time. If I attempt to reduce it with proper diet and exercise, how soon might I expect results? ... (15 replies)
... tsp of each but at the time I was drinking several cups of tea a day so I guess it adds up. ... (3 replies)
... sterols are only found in margarine in the USA. Studies show that margarine does reduce cholesterol. ... (11 replies)
... You mean cinnimon and Caynenne in your tea at the SAME TIME? How much of each, and how often do you drink the tea? I would imagine you will keep doing this ! (3 replies)
... The goals of a low LDL and high HDL often requires a good bit of time to acheive and for some it remains elusive no matter WHAT is done. ... (15 replies)
... Looking at that link on "Supplement Fact Table" and you look down the column on function(F) of each supplentmen and the research(R) done on the benefits of each supplement - you would come up with the following: Vitimin C http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/t_up.gif (F)-> Key anti-oxidant that supports collagen formation, blood vessels, immune defenses and adrenal function.... (34 replies)
... As you experienced, diet changes do not help most people as your liver makes the majority... if not all... the cholesterol in your body. Dietary cholesterol intake has very little effect on your blood cholesterol. ... (11 replies)
... or cholesterol from plaque or their innocuousness is propsterous nonsense of the highest order. Who came up with that silliness, Pauling, Ravnovsky, or Mercola? ... (40 replies)
... First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to respond. ... (5 replies)
... but a glass of red wine a day may actually help your cholesterol levels. ... (16 replies)
... Of course you want your cholesterol level to be as low as possible. But should you worry that it may be too low? ... (19 replies)
... Many experts are convinced that it's time to move beyond lowering of LDL cholesterol for preventing coronary events, since considerable risk remains even after LDL cholesterol is lowered to target levels. ... (38 replies)
... I would find out how high your cholesterol is first. Did the Dr. recommend a low cholesterol diet and give you information on that or suggest a dietician to help you? ... (7 replies)
... a lot. But you don't have to even be so radical, just reduce wheat and high glycemic foods, and the numbers should improve. ... (30 replies)
... Low total cholesterol levels have been shown in many studies to be related to a much greater cancer risk. Very rare does a person with cancer, have an elevated cholesterol. ... (19 replies)
... I was about your age when I had my cholesterol checked at a health fair and my cholesterol was off the chart, the highest reading they had was 279 and the machine just said "high" for my reading. ... (7 replies)


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