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... Fish oil does increase your body's oxidative stress, since it is readily oxidized in the blood stream, so the vit. ... (19 replies)
... Fish oil helps triglycerides and LDL particle sizes. ... (3 replies)
Fish Oil
Sep 22, 2004
... Hmm..fish oil is always a good thing, but it will only help lower your Triglycerides..not your "bad cholesterol". ... (7 replies)

... Well, if you were to eat the fish instead of the fish oil capsule, would it have an enteric coating? ... (19 replies)
Fish Oil...
Oct 29, 2007
... And I wouldn't really expect fish oil to lower cholesterol, really. It can definitely lower triglycerides, but it may actually raise LDL. As for HDL, perhaps it can raise it a tiny bit. ... (19 replies)
... Leia, If you are on Zetia now, you may wish to try Vytorin which is a combination of Zetia and zocor. It is a fascinating drug I use and it has lowered my LDL.s from 203 to 60 on a 10/20 dose! (5 replies)
... I have high triglycerides and have started taking fish oil. I was taking one after each meal but, they are making me neasous. I sometimes burp and I can taste the fish oil. Gross! ... (12 replies)
... only. I guess anyone can put fish oil into capsules and sell it. This is actually regulated, from what I understand. ... (18 replies)
... Lenin: Actually I have been doing good keeping things under control and below 200, however, it sort of edged up on me as did my LDL during this past blood test. In order to avoid a higher dose of Lipitor, I thought I would try to add "more" fish oil to my diet -- but was afraid it might increase the LDL rather than decrease it. I have read conflicting reports along that... (17 replies)
... using a good quality Omega3 fish oil, which must contain a minimum of 600mg EPA and 400mg DHA. These levels can be achieved from 2 or 3 gms total O3 fish oil. One can also get a significant reduction with Allicin. Combined, cannot be beaten. ... (7 replies)
... I know this will sound radical, but for those of you with very elevated triglycerides and wish to avoid medications, pretend you have celiac disease. ... (30 replies)
... Agree on all accounts. (3 replies)
... He's just making money off of you. And he's also recommending an odd dose of Omega 3s to deal with triglycerides. ... (3 replies)
... i have Omega 3 900mg EPA 647mg DHA 253mg i read so many different suggestions on dosage that it is confusing. I just got my lab back and my Tri's were 189 and my bad was 158. just wanting to make sure besides exercise and cutting out fats that I am taking the right dosage. Thank you for your quick response (7 replies)
... I presume these are "GNC Triple Strength Fish Oil". ... (7 replies)
... That is a very low dose of flush Niacin. You could try very slowly ramping it up until, eventually, you're at 1200 to 1500 mg. You can take this in divided doses AM and PM. ... (13 replies)
Triglycerides?
Jan 25, 2014
... Yep, I do have a recommendation. Flush Niacin will raise your HDL. You just need to start with a veeeery low dose and ramp up slowly. A 100mg you can split into 50 if 100 isn't low enough for you. Eventually, over time, you want to be taking about 1200 to 1500 mgs. ... (4 replies)
... No problem. The following has worked for many people I know, and for several members of this board who were serious enough to try an alternative approach to statins. Daily, two to three months. Blood test....Surprise. Qty (1) 600 mg. tab of Nature's Plus Extended Release Red yeast rice with food (evening) Qty (1) 100 mg. softgel of CoQ10 (This will reduce BP, so monitor... (7 replies)
Fish Oil...
Oct 30, 2007
... From what I've read 1200 mg EPA and DHA per day is considered the minimum dose providing the basic heart attack-reducing effect, and also provides a modest lowering of triglycerides. I've also found some interesting information on dosing frequency. These observations are informal and have not been obtained by a formal statistical analysis of data. But they have been... (19 replies)
... Well the dr. had a hissy fit over the LDL and got very uptight over the LDL, what else is new, they have hissy fits over everything!! I still take them, just not every day. Hubby takes them as well, but so far no huge difference in the Trigs., but of course after what he has been thru the past 2 months, I'm sure his system is totally out of wack. Hopefully next week we can get... (17 replies)




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