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... I am newbie here and new with trying to lower my trig.I found out they where 600 in November . I have been on LOVAZA since then. I will go for retake of blood work in March. ... (0 replies)
... As for why triglycerides are bad... they usually have bad friends... like low HDL and small particle LDL. ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone!!! I hope everyone is doing well! I am just requesting some advice. First of all, I had astronomically high cholesterol. It was measured at over 600, then 464 after fasting :eek:. With Lopid, however, I was able to get it down to 169 :)! My triglycerides, on the other hand, remain at 600+. I'm not obese; in fact, I exercise at least 5 times a week. ... (4 replies)

... it also helped lower my triglycerides a bit. ... (4 replies)
... and are now up to 322. ... (1 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)
... You are fortunate that you have identified the problem at an early age and before you developed T2 diabetes. As I said it can be done. ... (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
... Everyone is different and responds differently to various lifestyle changes. Can you describe a little more about your situation, if you are comfortable doing so? ... (9 replies)
... I know LDL has a BIG genetic component, but both parents are in their late 70s and have never had any heart issues. ... (3 replies)
Triglycerides 675
Dec 14, 2008
... it usually is below 150 and triglycerides 150 or less. ... (5 replies)
... Minimum of 600 mg. ... (7 replies)
... My numbers are: total: 216 HDL: 25.3 LDL: 162 triglycerides: 142 I have been walking while weather was nice but I have fibromyalgia and that makes it difficult to exercise, especially when it is cold. My dr just told me to start taking fish oil daily (2000 mg) but I am looking for other ways to lower my cholesterol without meds. I currently take several meds for my... (9 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)
... which is the pancreas releasing too much insulin when these high GI carbs are eaten. Or high GI meals. High GI carbs can be eaten if their eaten with the lower ones to balance them out. ... (5 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)
... Quite often, there are other reasons for such high TG levels, as you are experiencing. Sometimes it is heriditary... The thing that you need to watch out for is pancreatitis, not the heart attack at this point. ... (23 replies)
... e more favorable larger, buoyant form. I would say the probability is pretty high that you have the small dense form, characteristic in those of us that have or are susceptible to metabolic syndrome. ... (7 replies)
... absolutely clear, no blockages anywhere. Am I playing with fire here, and are these lab results not as important as my doctor thinks they are? ... (2 replies)




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