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... Didn't work for me either. I had added it to my cholesterol medication (Pravachol at that on Crestor). I used the HIGHEST QUALITY Policosanol I could find (Lescanol Brand which is tested for purity and content). After 1 month my cholesterol was HIGHER! I think all the so called *research* from Cuba is BOGUS, but it's being touted by all the retailers as a sales... (6 replies)
... It is disappointing to not fine ONE person who has had success on policosanol. ... (6 replies)
... I think I can come as close to a one man lab study with the use of Policosanol as anyone. My personal experience is that it does not work. ... (6 replies)

... I have no problem with that. No paper I have ever read about statins has claimed that they stop heart disease nor stop you from having a heart attack. They reduce the risk of a heart attack, and slow the progression of atherosclerosis. That's all they do. ... (29 replies)
... heart disease is a progressive phenomena, so being younger you may not have developed any serious problems yet. However, you would do best to work to reduce your risk factors a.s.a.p., since they could well bite you later in life. ... (7 replies)
... After the flight, I do not remember the tingling sensation on my butt there, but in few days I started experiencing this tingling sensation for the first time in my leg. I am not sure what this means. ... (6 replies)
Jan 7, 2004
... to avoid the flushing. But I was told, by many sources, that it is the "flush" niacin that is needed to reduce cholesterol. ... (5 replies)
... and when i was diagnosed at a fasting glucose of 7.8, i was also found to have a high cholesterol of 9.4 so the GP immediately put me on Simvastin at 20mg. ... (2 replies)
Jan 7, 2004
... Varied from 165 to 180 from last 5 yrs. ... (5 replies)
... which is a miserable failure. The claim that high cholesterol causes heart attacks and strokes is debatable and there is little, if any, evidence that statins reduce the risk of heart disease or stoke. ... (29 replies)
Jan 7, 2004
... f all heart attack victims have none of the standard risk factors such as smoking, obesity, genetics or high cholesterol. It's the homocysteine level that needs to be watched. My next blood test will include this. ... (5 replies)
... The dietary changes that seem to help the most is to lower your carb intake. ... (11 replies)

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