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... dL triglycerides which although within range, could be improved. ... (4 replies)
... fat diet will tend to elevate triglycerides and lower HDL. In regards to HDL and triglycerides, as one goes up, the other tends to come down. ... (7 replies)
... Agreed with Arizona and Lenin. ... (7 replies)

... The individual HDL, LDL, and triglyceride levels are probably more important than the total. ... (15 replies)
... My Internist and Neurologist said they were fine. But, another Doctor I went to yesterday said my Cholesterol and HDL were too low. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, I believe that cholesterol levels can be too low, and your husband's level already approaches a rather low level. But just how low is too low has not been determined. His original cholesterol level of 208 was really not that high at all. ... (19 replies)
... Both are different and determining this from elevated serum ACTH does not differentiate which one, nor even the presence of a tumor. ... (6 replies)
... The doctor is the best person to help with this question but what I don't understand is the reduction in his HDL. At first they said the HDL was 56 which is good but the second time his HDL was 30 and that is low. His HDL should be over 40. ... (3 replies)
... carb is fantastic for blood sugar control. My body must have figured out how to use fat as the main energy source. I started going to the gym again this morning and my blood sugar level hardly moved. ... (10 replies)
... My doctor read me the riot act and I finally took it to heart and made some lifestyles changes after 20 years of not caring much about my health. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you so much for your kind and reassuring reply. ... (2 replies)
... HI, I've had my blood word done and have some areas of concern. I only found this out by asking for copies of my test results and my "family doctor" said everything was fine. NOT. Here were my numbers. ... (6 replies)
... carb diet. I am 25 years old, and I am in my target weight range. From what I have read online today, my HDL and triglycerides are good. ... (8 replies)
... Even though you're young, I'd be concerned about that low HDL too. ... (10 replies)
Jan 24, 2014
... All I can suggest is to lose weight, exercise, and watch your diet. ... (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)
... kind of a rude awakening for me but I'm still somehow not surprised. So lets get to the very ugly. Went in to get blood work done for my health insurance at work and needless to say it was bad. I guess a little about me. I don't eat right. I know I don't. I very much have a "meat and potatoes" diet. ... (3 replies)
... and I am really scared of the results. My Trig is so high and HDL low. Here are my results. I from Canada but I converted the results to US units too. ... (2 replies)
... In addition to my diet suggestions above, you might want to start eating more eggs. Your total cholesterol can take it, and unless this test was a fluke, your HDL could use the extra boost. ... (7 replies)
... There are lots of different opinions on this, but IMHO Ornish got it all wrong. The only bad fat is trans fat. And depriving your self of adequate fat screws up the lipid profile. All those carbs you replace the fat with increases triglycerides. And HDL comes down. ... (15 replies)

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