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... block absorption of the tocotrienols. Some experiments have shown a reduction of LDL and triglycerides and some others have shown it just reduces Triglycerides and VLDL. It also has many other benefits than just cholesterol reduction. ... (8 replies)
... t eating this way would do to cholesterol. But I have found that, while LDL went up a bit to start with, it is now back where it started. HDL has gone way up and triglycerides have come down. ... (26 replies)
... As ARIZONA sid, the only significant change is the drastic change in the triglycerides. Unfortunately, you can't take those numbers to the bank because triglycerides are volatile and often reflect more of what you've eaten in the last 36 hours than the general state of your vascular health. ... (8 replies)

... Type 2 diabetes is a is an inability to control the glucose level in the blood due to insulin resistance or a lack of insulin. Abnormal lipid levels (low HDL & elevated triglycerides) are usually present when someone is diagnosed with T2 diabetes. Metabolic Syndrome or Syndrome X is a precursor to Type 2 diabetes and is defined as: From the American Heart Association: ... (2 replies)
New Results
Dec 5, 2003
... Hello ubernier, Yeah sure why not. Im 22 yrs old and 179 cms tall (5'9 ft). I currently weigh 188 lbs. Besides high cholesterol, i also have a fatty liver and knee problems. Six seven weeks ago (weighing the scale at 200 lbs) while on a visit to an ortho doc i realized that enough was enough. I was in bad phsyical shape; high cholesterol, overweight by 30-35 lbs, fatty... (9 replies)
New Results
Dec 5, 2003
... Some people eat low carb to keep their triglycerides down. ... (9 replies)
... cts an estimated 1 in 10 Americans with premature heart disease. FCHL results from defects in the metabolism of lipoproteins that leads to high cholesterol, high triglycerides or both. FCHL has been studied for 30 years, but many aspects of it remain a mystery. ... (18 replies)
... Diet can do it. Maybe not for everyone, but if you are willing to improve your diet and exercise some, you can dramatically reduce your cholesterol. I went from a very bad diet high in saturated fats, cholesterol and processed foods to a diet very low in saturated fates and cholesterol and much more natural. I went from never working out to working out 5 times a week... (9 replies)
Pantethine
Jan 3, 2008
... Many here including my self have at one time in point have tried Panethine. It is an urban legend and must be put to rest. The stuff does not work. To help your triglycerides most importantly you will need to talk to your Doctor and hopefully they can get you on a good plan action to help reduce them. ... (5 replies)
... and triglycerides of 1500 when she was diagnosed with high cholesterol around age 48. ... (10 replies)
... While I tend not to concern myself with total cholesterol, I remain far more focused on doing whatever I can to keep my HDL as high as possible, and keeping my triglycerides well under 100. My experience has been that both niacin and garlic have helped raise my HDL significantly. ... (16 replies)
... it was high triglycerides that impacted significantly my total value. ... (13 replies)
... where it is a genetic problem, it often does not effect the lifespan. We are talking very high, in 600 and above range. I know in some cases this is not true, but in families where everyone is high and the lifespans are normal, I would not worry as much. ... (10 replies)
High Triclyerides
Oct 23, 2003
... I've been on several Atkins boards and EVERYBODY lowers triglycerides a lot. ... (8 replies)
... I would definitey do as you describe. Go easier on the fast hit carbs the night before the test. Those high triglycerides of yours are probably reflective of high carbs more than anything else. Maybe spinach instead of mashed potatoes. ... (2 replies)
Help
Jul 22, 2008
... Kimianne, Here are your ratios which are based on the above numbers you gave: LDl/HDL ratio: 228 divided by 56= 4.07/1 (Should be <3.0) TC/HDL ratio: 302 divided by 56= 5.39/1 (Should be <4.0) ___________________________________________________ Your LDL is obviously a bit too high. You might want to try taffyboyo's recipe of all natural supplements that worked for... (4 replies)
... Patric, Just as zip pointed out, low carb is not the best way for everyone. I actually lowered my triglycerides from 600 plus to the 30-40 mg/dL range I have now not by decreasing my carbohydrate percentage of my diet, but by actually increasing it. The difference now is multi-faceted. Compared to then, my diet is around 2500 cal/day rather than close to 4000. I was... (8 replies)
... I don't take any supplements to give my system a chance to rest. If you are only taking 600 mg. you might want to try bumping it up a little, at least one or two days a week. ... (7 replies)
... I too have very high triglycerides. It is nothing you did wrong for your fasting etc. I don't drink and I sorta have a unhealthy diet. They tell me it's genetics, my father had a heart attack and died at age 43. When I first got tested and believe me they ran it twice it was 2,600...I was shocked thinking I did something wrong. So I take fish oil daily and a fenofibrate which... (4 replies)
... Just got my results after taking RYR for a couple of months, and they are fantastic! TC went from 288 to 176, LDL from 200 to 110, and Triglycerides from 141 to 101! The only drawback was that the HDL dropped a whopping 14 points from 60 to 46. I've been taking 600 mg. ... (3 replies)




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