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... My trig's were 1,700. Talk about being scared. Crazy thing is that they were 700 and when I got on Niaspan they doubled to 1,700. Im on Trilipix now and prava. The trig's came down by 88%. (30 replies)
... My doctor wants me to start tricor to lower by trig's also, but I am kind of scared to take both a fibrate and a statin together. ... (30 replies)
... do eat meat, and love red wine. I power walk, and am not overweight. Since Tricor is metabolized through the liver... ... (30 replies)

... Hi Missy, Thanks for the reply...thanks for the info as well. I have done quite a bit of research on the internet about the cause and cure for the triglyceride issue. I opted to try a vitamin regimin instead of the tricor. I am going to do this for 3 months and then go back to get my blood work done (this May) again to see if it works. My daily regimin includes 9 omega 3's... (30 replies)
... zymes were ok then, but I really did not want to take any chances. I am still taking all of the vitamins and going to the gym, along with no cafeine, cut back on wine and wheat products. I decided to switch doctors, and the new one I cannot get in to see until June 22nd... ... (30 replies)
... ovie...But, I did go to the gym for an hour! So, we are all human in that sense. Working towards positive change is what my goal is....cutting out most all of my wine drinking, cafeine, cutting out regular salt with sea salt, and some minor dietary modifications, and taking the vitamin supplements. ... (30 replies)
Feb 24, 2005
... If Tricor is used, make sure U go on a low dose, and as Hubble said, don't mix the Tricor with a statin...NOT GOOD. A friend of mine was on a large doseage of Tricor and got pancreatitis. Now his dr. has him on a very low dose of Tricor. ... (4 replies)
... th the ratios you are starting with, they will very likely raise HDL more than LDL, so you will be better off. If you are able to handle alcohol, a glass of red wine a day will increase HDL, too. ... (10 replies)
... regarding beer and wine . i think both can be healthy they are both natural ferments. the beer is more heavy with b vitamins. and good if u are woman trying to nurse lol..... ... (18 replies)
... I was unwilling to take the meds my doctor recommended..tricor. My family history includes a long line of kidney disease, which tricor can affect kidney function. ... (3 replies)
Feb 24, 2005
... Try a glass of red wine a day instead... ... (4 replies)
... dL. However, now I am no longer dependent upon Tricor to keep the levels in normal range. ... (21 replies)
I am screwed....
Dec 7, 2006
... I'm going to cut out beer and hard liquor. Just wine and, even then, I'm going to go easy. ... (5 replies)
... Is one better than another red wine vs beer? ... (18 replies)
... but a glass of red wine a day may actually help your cholesterol levels. ... (16 replies)
... Arizona, Hubble, I respectfully disagree in part that cholesterol levels can be too low, and that part is only that the protective HDL can be too low. Examination of the predictive curves for heart disease are not J-shaped for the < 55 age group. Now, if you are talking overall mortality, including strokes, yes, there is a slight increase; however, the Japanese society... (18 replies)
... Based on my calculations, your LDL=31, HDL=20 and VLDL=78. Before the changes in my lifestyle and diet, I had a very similar problem to yours. Astronomical triglycerides, low LDL and low HDL. Glad that you want to make a change already; it took a heart attack at age 35 to get the point across to me (I am 5'10", was 227 lbs, I currently weigh 160 lbs as of this morning).... (3 replies)

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