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High Cholesterol Board Index
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Ldl/tc 182/260
Sep 26, 2005
... Our bodies need fat and cholesterol. ... (22 replies)
... I doubt you will see much, if any, effect on your HDL and trigylcerides from Zocor. ... (4 replies)
... Everyone is sooooo different when it come this health issue. You may be one of the lucky people where diet and exercise work. I don't think there are many in this category, however. ... (35 replies)

50 point increase!
Mar 10, 2003
... unning to increase my HDL above 40. Until I ran, I was never able to achieve an HDL of 40 plus. However, I am not able to discriminate between what weight loss and exercise contribute to my LDL and Triglycerides, since I did both concurrently. ... (15 replies)
... If you have total cholesterol and triglycerides you can calculate your LDL. ... (3 replies)
Saturated Fat?
Apr 23, 2006
... fat diets can result in lower LDL levels, they also drive down the beneficial HDL, while simultaneously elevating triglyceride levels. In fact, even if LDL is lowered, it may actually become more harmful. ... (12 replies)
New test results
Jan 30, 2004
... Whether you realize it or not, you really don't have too clear a picture of your actual risk. Your LDL was most likely never measured, only calculated. ... (6 replies)
... Well, probably the best way to deal with a situation like that would be to use niacin. Niacin promotes a favorable shift toward large LDL particle size, or Pattern A. ... (20 replies)
... The current test measures total cholesterol and the breakdown of good HDL and bad LDL cholesterol. ... (20 replies)
... are good for lowering ldl b, and vitamin E to help against oxidation. ... (20 replies)
... I am new to the board and trying to make some sense of my recent VAP test which came up flagged abnormal for Pattern B LDL yet my other numbers appear to be very good. ... (4 replies)
... I eat salmon once a week and skinless chicken breast twice a week. I use only olive oil in cooking. I rarely eat fried foods, once in a while I have buffalo wings. ... (3 replies)
... beneficial dense HDL, and the buoyant beneficial form. Your total HDL is 55, of which 12 is the better form, 43 is the more dense form. ... (9 replies)
... I believe Niacin raised my glucose a little from 94 to 103. I've also read that NIACIN raises homocysteine and uric acid levels. ... (5 replies)
... I think you might want to look up the "purpose of LDL" also "what the body uses LDL for". You will probably be surprised that LDL is necessary for the heart to produce energy. ... (20 replies)
... This is what I would recommend for your husband. Cut back on all grain products and totaly eliminate wheat from his diet. Try a low carb diet and shoot to get those TGs down into the 70s or lower. Once that happens I'll bet he will see a significant improvement in particle size. ... (4 replies)
... pounds, exercises walks and yoga regularly, has heart disease in family. ... (4 replies)
... One additional thing you can take to help lower your triglycerides and LDL...... ... (10 replies)
... called, "Lipoproteins in Health and Disease" by Betteridge, Illingworth and Shepherd. ... (20 replies)
Sep 26, 2004
... in addition, low HDL commonly shows linkage with small, dense LDL particles. ... (7 replies)

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