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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... I don't know about lisinopril and cholesterol, but hctz can rise cholesterol and glucose. Most diuretics can. My mom has been on lasix, hctz and now torsemide, which raised her cholesterol drasticly. It also made her a1c go extremely high. ... (5 replies)
High cholesterol
Feb 9, 2003
... What exactly does "eat well" mean to you? It means different things to different people. Based on your low HDL levels and high triglyceride levels, it appears that when you say "eat well" you mean a diet relatively high in carbohydrates (things like grains and potatoes) and low in animal fats. Your exercise regimen looks good, so I wouldn't change that if you enjoy it. You... (3 replies)
High cholesterol
Feb 8, 2003
... I understand that atenolol and diuretics can adversely affect HDL and Triglycerides but I've only just begun taking them and my doctor says at the low dose there should be no problem. ... (3 replies)

... irst off, it appears that you are on the wrong type of diet. Low fat diets tend to result in lower HDL levels and higher triglyceride levels. You have elevated triglycerides which are almost universally the result of consuming too many carbohydrates rather than too much fat or cholesterol. ... (6 replies)
... Another good gambit of veggies are raw cucumbers, carrots and fresh parsley. They make a terrific, fresh tasting salad and all three are natural diuretics and are known to help with high blood pressure. ... (23 replies)
New to board
Jul 7, 2001
... Kellie, what do you typically eat? Those high triglycerides point to a diet high in carbohydrates - things like bread, cereal, potatoes, rice, corn, fruit juices, and sweets of course. Also note that the sugar found in fruit, fructose, tends to raise triglyceride levels significantly. And that low HDL number indicates you don't eat much red meat or saturated fats. Did they... (18 replies)
... Hereis some info I found on the net about Niaspan that may be of some use to some people here ,certainly looks interesting to me if this can help people without oo many side effects . NiaspanŽ is one of only two products in the United States approved for increasing HDL levels. Low HDL cholesterol levels have been shown to be of the highest risk factors contributing to... (10 replies)

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