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... If you have plaque in your arteries, you may wish to consider the advice of Dr. Davis, who has many patients reduce their calcium scores by following his 'track your plaque' plan. ... (21 replies)
... Another interesting point that has emerged from this trial is the fact that lower plaque can be associated with no increase in lumen area and at the same time the artery membrane can thicken. ... (35 replies)
... read the lipoprotein size profile can be significatly improved with diet, the proper supplements, exersise and in some cases statin drugs. Possibly Dr. Davis's Track your Plaque plan is a scam. If so I've swallowed the hook and been reeled in. ... (18 replies)

... le ago, which put the blame on small LDL. I also know a lot of cardiologists consider small LDL a big culprit in coronary disease, including Dr. Davis, of 'Track your plaque' fame. I think the idea is that large LDL can't fit so well into the endothelium, so even if it's inflamed, LDL won't cause plaque. ... (36 replies)
... down. As with all supplements or medications, speak to your doctor first, as it's important to avoid drug interactions and things like that. ... (3 replies)
... You might want to check out Dr. Davis' Track your Plaque program, since you stated you do have some heart disease already. ... (5 replies)
... I DO like your style and agree with you about this very arrogant, noncommunicative cardiologist, that just might be on my "history" list VERY soon. ... (20 replies)
... If it was me, I'd shop around for a good cardiologist who values prevention, nutrition, etc. and is up to date with current studies. Nothing to lose, besides your current doc. ... (16 replies)
... Consider Dr. Davis' 'Track your plaque' plan. ... (6 replies)
... The best way to determine whether your plaque is being reduced is to read the book Track Your Plaque by cardiologist William Davis. This will give you the full lowdown and its not just down to your lipid profile! ... (17 replies)
... I highly recommend reading Dr. Davis's articles if you come accross them. If I had any type of confirmed CHD I would already be a member of His TYP program. (5 replies)
Vap Results
Feb 14, 2008
... VAP test done within 1 week of a standard cholesterol test my ldl on the test which estimated LDL was 123 my LDL on the VAP was 168. So it is very possible that your overall numbers have actually improved with your new treatment. ... (6 replies)
... most harmful. If you happen to have a LDL of 125 but most of them are of the small particle size you actually could be at a very high risk. By the same token if your LDL was say 160 but they mostly the large particle size your risk would not be as high as the basic number might suggest. HDL works in a simular manner. ... (34 replies)
... Eliminate all wheat from your diet. ... (1 replies)
... p.s. Congratulations on getting your situation under control. I hope I have the same success. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sure this will spark some discussion but I think that's a good thing. I say put the ornish diet in the closet next to the bell bottoms and the 8 track player. The diet may lower TC but it does so at the expense of HDL, increased small particle LDL and higher TG. ... (3 replies)
Niacin
May 23, 2003
... While statins may make your numbers look better, and possibly even decrease the further accumulation of plaque deposits in the arteries, so too can niacin. ... (13 replies)
... ranged from the 6s into the 11s, seemingly for no reason, so I can't say why homocysteine can go up or down. What you can do is have B12 and folic acid tested in your blood, which will tell you if you are properly absorbing the vitamins. ... (3 replies)
Niacin
May 24, 2004
... s don't. Niacin increases LDL particle size, rendering it less harmful overall. The smaller the LDL particle size, the more dangerous it is. Statins also deplete your body of a crucial enzyme called Coenzyme Q10. ... (5 replies)
... oops, it wasn't an angioplasty, it was whatever test they give to find out if you have plaque in your arteries - an arteriogram? . She basically got tallked into it because her doctor could not believe that anyone with her cholesterol levels did NOT have heart disease. I was mad when I found out (she didn't tell me before the test) because I felt the risks of giving someone... (20 replies)


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