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High cholesterol
Feb 9, 2003
... What exactly does "eat well" mean to you? It means different things to different people. Based on your low HDL levels and high triglyceride levels, it appears that when you say "eat well" you mean a diet relatively high in carbohydrates (things like grains and potatoes) and low in animal fats. Your exercise regimen looks good, so I wouldn't change that if you enjoy it. You... (3 replies)
... e usually the main foods that are high on the index. I read a couple of research papers and restricting the white starches has always showed greater reduction in triglycerides than a low fat diet. ... (16 replies)
... ...You may want to consider trying the Low Glycemic Index Diet. Everyone that I know who has tried it (including myself) saw a big drop in blood pressure and triglycerides. ...Potatoes, rice, and white breads are usually the evil foods. Potatoes are mine but diets differ from region to region so it's best to find the list of the glycemic index for foods and see where your... (23 replies)

High cholesterol
Feb 8, 2003
... I understand that atenolol and diuretics can adversely affect HDL and Triglycerides but I've only just begun taking them and my doctor says at the low dose there should be no problem. ... (3 replies)
... So I went in to have a fasting lipid panel done as well as my thyroid panel (as I am hypothroid and need to check my bloodwork often). The lipid panel stated something I am not sure if I should be concerned about or not?! Triglycerides came back at : 141 mg/dL (range is : 35-135 mg/dL) HDL: 50 mg/dL (range is : 40-75 mg/dL) LDL : 68 mg/dL (range is : 60-100 mg/dL) ... (4 replies)
... with a pulse rate of 90. The biggest result however was my triglycerides 350 down to 97. In fact a person could gain weight on the diet if they wanted too as ice cream is a low to medium glycemic food!! ... (23 replies)
... Dear HealthBoard: My blood test results in 10/07 and 10/08 respectively were... cholesterol 219 and 132 LDL cal 144 and 84 triglycerides 135 and 57 Are these lowered numbers possible, normal or a mistake? I loss 12lbs., ate oatmeal (also other diet changes) and exercised for a 4month period. Thank you for your response. (0 replies)
... MG Health No I am not overweight, my weight runs between 135 and 142, when I was working my weight really droped at one time I was 103 pounds and I did not feel good, My clothes were size 0 and 3, now I wear a size 6 to a size 9 and I am 5 foot 3. I did end up today going to the Dr. for a severe severe migraine, which I had not had in a long time my blood pressure today at... (23 replies)
... I cannot stop thinking that maybe , just maybe I could further lower my numbers with deeper lifestyle changes. I also read that it is common to have high LDL and triglycerides while dieting to lose weight, so do not know what to think of that. ... (3 replies)
... g on. One example is with Triglycerides. while this is only one component of totals cholesterol, it can be a very important factor. For years it was thought that triglycerides could only be lowered by a low fat diet, yet in most cases it is by controlling carbohydratesthat Triglycerides are controlled. ... (41 replies)
Success -
Apr 18, 2013
... of total calories. My aim here was to reduce my triglycerides which are the easiest to reduce and can increase the total cholesterol and bring down HDL. ... (5 replies)
... Okay, an update, as 3 months has passed since I bump my fish oil and switch to RYR. My previous results: May 22, 2011 Total Cholesterol - 259 Triglycerides - 187 HDL - 42 LDL 188 (8 replies)
... ...I follow a diet based on the glycemic index and my triglycerides dropped from 350 to 97 and my blood pressure dropped from 135/80 to 118/75. High triglycerides can be an indication of insulin resistance and/ or Metabolic syndrome. Something you may want to research to see if it might help you with your triglycerides. Rick (5 replies)
... Sugar intake tends to raise triglycerides more than other blood lipids. ... (3 replies)
Total Cholesteral
Jan 30, 2008
... You are missing the triglyceride number. Total cholesterol is equal to LDL + HDL + triglycerides/5. So working backwards, your triglycerides must be (169 - 95 - 47)*5 = 135. (3 replies)
... By reducing the amount of potatoes and rice in my diet, I got my triglycerides down from 350 to 97. ... (41 replies)
... This is very wierd. Here is my history: I have been taking 5mg/daily of Simvastatin for 5 years now. The pills come in 10mg size and I cut them in half. Over the past 5 years my numbers based on quarterly blood tests have ranged as follows: Cholesterol: 192-246 (avg 206) Triglycerides: 73-140 (avg 89) HDL: 51-66 (avg 56) LDL: 101-163 (avg 133) Basically, pretty... (1 replies)
... Is anyone looking at your thyroid? (26 replies)
... Thanx Rick, but I have so many sites already bookmarked for low GI and GL foods it is pathedic. Neither of us have used white bread for years, nor sugar, etc. etc. WE have been battling this for years, even went to a dietitian, and nothing seems to be helping. At first I really thought he may be sneaking food I didn't know about, but nope, he isn't. Neither of us go to fast... (26 replies)
... After being on my high fiber diet, I've seen a further reduction in my triglycerides to 72. It was the fiber also that finnally got my total cholesterol from 225 to 183. ... (26 replies)




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