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... Ok, I'm not an expert here...but from everything I've read, it's not the TOTAL mg's of the fish oil that you are taking that matters, it is the total amounts of Omega 3's that you are taking. ... (23 replies)
... beneath the skin over their elbows, knees, buttocks. These are deposits of cholesterol in the skin. In addition they develop deposits in tendons and around the cornea of the eye. ... (18 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)

... 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. ... (9 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)
... As a means of preventing heart disease, there are probably several useful supplements that can prove helpful. ... (16 replies)
... it was high triglycerides that impacted significantly my total value. ... (13 replies)
... es of ataxia there are, but I believe that it is about 15. Mother had all of the genetic panels done at Athena through Washington university in st. louis. THey are very vague on ataxia....because ataxia in itself just means movement disorder...thats all. Kind of if you don't know whats wrong put it there. ... (8 replies)
... Well, my downfalls are Italian bread,chocolate chip cookies, pizza, and vanilla bean ice cream. If I would leave those items alone, I could lose the excess weight. ... (3 replies)
... eater the risk. As you can see from your numbers, you have a ratio of approximately 1.0 which would be considered excellent. I wouldn't change a thing that you are doing. And I definitely wouldn't consider going on any medications. ... (3 replies)
... Why do you say RYR isn't working if your numbers are still good? ... (7 replies)
... One of my 1200mg fish oil capsules is only 10 calories. A 3oz pacific salmon fillet is around 100 calories and has less combined EPA+DHA than one capsule (not too mention about 80+mg of cholesterol). How am I doing better eating seafood versus taking a few capsules of concentrated oil? P.S. By the way, I take 6 such capsules per day - I have very high triglycerides, and... (10 replies)
... of calories. I gained weight, my TC was over 250, my HDL was dangerously low and my triglycerides were over 600. ... (28 replies)
... Deb: Zip and jblondi have already told you some things that will greatly help. The following combination took my TGs from 600+ mg/dL down to 40 mg/dL unmedicated, and my HDL from 25 mg/dL up to 70 mg/dL. 1. Loss of weight (from 227 to 160 lbs) 2. Daily exercise, I use minimally 22-24 min of running (3.1 mile run) every morning. 3. I try to walk whenever I can,... (3 replies)
... I just wanted to let you know that you are not alone though you may feel that way! ... (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)
... Although sucralose is derived from sugar, it is 600 times sweeter, and is absorbed into your body only in limited amounts. So I wouldn't worry about it affecting your triglycerides. ... (4 replies)
... I was on Tricor for a few years when my triglycerides were astronomical (>600 mg/dL). I was sedentary and weighed over 220 lbs at the time though. Fortunately, through diet, exercise and weightloss (to 155 lbs), I no longer need any meds for control (my TGs are in the 30-40 mg/dL range now). It sounds like you have done the weight and exercise part of the equation to... (1 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 13, 2003
... cin formulations and if it works well and is tolerable, then go for it if you choose. But after looking long and hard, it really does seem to me that the statins are the better choice for safety and efficacy. I cut my LDL's in half after a month of lipitor. NOBODY can get results like that with niacin. ... (16 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 12, 2003
... The study you are referring to was published in the American Journal of Medicine in Oct. 1995. Lead researcher was L.W. Gibbons. ... (16 replies)




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