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... the trick is to lower total cholesterol also and boost HDL. ... (24 replies)
... You may be right that the HDL is too high. I do think there has been too little research on HDL to know at this point. ... (9 replies)
... I have read several references in this thread about lowering your LDL numbers and how to do it. Keep in mind that the only way to lower LDL is one of the three options. ... (22 replies)

... HDL ratio. Your LDL level was probably 'calculated', not directly measured, and part of the calculation is based on the triglycerides. So if you lower the trigs, your LDL will go down also. ... (27 replies)
... The BioScanner 2000, as well as the two models sold under the CardioChek brand name, all test for Total, HDL, Trigs. From this, the LDL is calculated. ... (6 replies)
... Found it for $29 now. Evaluate hyperlipidemia as an index to coronary artery disease. Test #303756 Also Known As LP, FLP, fasting lipids, cholesterol panel (13 replies)
... nd for a little while. I'm talking about the meter variety, not the kind with a strip that you compare the color to a color chart. These started out testing only total cholesterol. I bought one from Lifestream. It has served me well. ... (1 replies)
... They still should be able to measure your total cholesterol and HDL. ... (29 replies)
... What is your HDL (good cholesterol)? Your numbers are similar to my untreated numbers and I'm age 39. Do you exercise? I do and still have those type numbers, untreated. First, you might try diet and exercise modifications and then retest. Also, you can add Niacin (Vitamin B-3) as you may get an increase in HDL and a reduction in LDL/Total. Plus, you can try a regimen of... (22 replies)
... As a side note, the VLDL can be calculated in a couple of ways. One method is to divide the triglycerides by 5, and another is by subtracting LDL and HDL cholesterol from total cholesterol The 2nd calculation may not be entirely accurate if there are other cholesterol-containing lipoprotiens present. It will however give you a rough idea of what yours is. Dividing the... (2 replies)




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