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... HDL is higher then most people which is a good. Your TG is lower then most people and that is a good as well. Your TC is higher then what is considered desirable by some "researchers. ... (9 replies)
... Don't know if you are on meds for the cholesterol or not, but those are pretty darn good numbers. Your CHL ratio is your total cholesterol divided by your HDL. Your LDL is a calulation done by taking your Trigs. ... (3 replies)
... There are three ratios that are helpful in determining risk for CVD. Cholesterol/HDL Ratio (ie Total Cholesterol divided by HDL) HDL Percentage: HDL/Cholesterol X 100 (ie HDL divided by Total Chol X 100) LDL/HDL Risk Ratio (ie LDL divided by HDL) If you do a search on Google for Dr. Mercola's website "How to Determine Your Cardiovascular Health" there is a table of... (38 replies)

... Hey bigal, your forumla is identical to the one you said was wrong. You said: LDL = TC - HDL - (Trigs/5) Which just happens to be the same exact forumula as: TC = LDL + HDL + (Trigs/5). (6 replies)
... No the formula is wrong the correct one is Total cholesterol minus HDL minus the (Triglycerides divided by 5) So here is an example Chol.=174 Trig= 296 HDL= 54 LDL=60.8 174 - 54=120 296. divided by 5=59.2 120 -59.2 60.8 (6 replies)
Ratio
Mar 29, 2011
... divided by the HDL. ... (3 replies)
... In the absence of sufficient quantities of antioxidants in your body, LDL cholesterol can become oxidized, and that is why LDL is not entirely ignored. LDL is not generally harmful until it becomes oxidized, and that is when it begins to become deposited in arteries. ... (2 replies)
Niacin
Jul 29, 2004
... compare your HDL to your Total cholesterol. Total cholesterol divided by HDL. This will give you a risk factor. 3. ... (23 replies)
... The other way to improve your ratio, of course, is to decrease your LDL, even though individually it doesn't sound bad now. But you could probably eat better by adding more fruits and low starch vegetables like spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers, and broccoli. ... (10 replies)
Help
Jul 22, 2008
... The following guideline is used by a UK doctor for patients with no other health problems. ... (4 replies)
... Eating foods that contain cholesterol does not elevate your cholesterol levels. ... (2 replies)
... Total cholesterol is the sum of LDL, HDL and Triglycerides divided by 5. ... (3 replies)
Total Cholesteral
Jan 31, 2008
... Your total cholesterol should be computed as LDL, plus HDL plus your Triglycerides divided by 5. ... (3 replies)
... LDL Cholesterol 3. ... (3 replies)
VLDL v.s. LDL ???
Apr 25, 2005
... VLDL is your triglycerides divided by 5. ... (2 replies)
... Total cholesterol= LDL + HDL + (triglycerides divided by 5) (4 replies)
... up study investigated the difference between moderate LDL lowering therapy and aggressive LDL therapy on the progression of athersclerosis. ... (54 replies)
... The way of thinking over here in Europe has changed somewhat from single figure readings of LDL and TC. The figures quoted above except for the Trig's are used as 'target' figures, not healthy figures, but only by the 'old' brigade of doctor's. ... (10 replies)
... Lower LDL cholesterol is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. ... (54 replies)
... t 9 hours when administered as a single oral dose for achieving a balanced lipid alteration in individuals at a time when the rate of serum lipids, lipoproteins, cholesterol and cholesterol precursor biosynthesis is believed to be at its highest. ... (22 replies)


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