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... when last checked it was in the 20's. he is on medication for high cholesterol. it seems to be genetic from his mother's side of the family. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Uff-Da!, Some need to add zinc and TMG to work with the B vitamins to lower homocysteine. Frankie (41 replies)
... I had been taking 1000 mg of TMG for several months and it did lower my homocysteine level from 11 to 9. I have increased the dosage to 3000 mg daily and won't know if my homocysteine level has further decreased until my next Dr. appointment in May. ... (2 replies)

... Hi Uff-Da, Dr McCully is a very reliable source and niacin definitely does raise homocysteine. There is new evidence that there is no "safe" level of homocysteine, but recommended optimal levels should be 6.2 or less. In addition to: * folic acid - 800 mcg * B6 - 50 mg * B12 - 1000 mcg You may need the following to lower your homocysteine: (11 replies)
... My husband's cholesterol levels were excellent and the cardio still increased his Lipitor from 10mg to 20mg. That's really when all the trouble started. At some point we just need to say, "STOP... no more". ... (14 replies)
... Have him give JUST the folic acid a try. You have to search for the 800 mg. supplements....hard to find. ... (2 replies)
Statin Studies
Aug 23, 2005
... Many people assume that just because a food is low fat, it's OK, even if it's loaded with sugar, which just by itself can cause triglycerides to soar. And low fat low cholesterol can actually cause lipid levels to rise, as our bodies NEED cholesterol and our bodies are going to get it one way or another. ... (31 replies)
... red wine extract. LEI recommends TMG but for some reason they don't include it their formula. ... (21 replies)
... Sounds like your doctor was thorough, BUT his only response seemed to be Lipitor. ... (17 replies)
... sterol is, that just lowering LDL, HDL and triclycerides is not the entire picture. It's oxidized LDL that causes the problem, not just elevated LDL. And CRP and homocysteine indicate inflammation and should be included in standard blood tests. Elevated homocysteine is the primary cause for oxidized LDL. ... (21 replies)

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