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... I had my cholesterol checked a few months ago and it was high. Doctor of course wanted to put me on meds but I declined. Told him I wanted to try diet and exercise first. ... (5 replies)
... Diets with olive oil as the dominant fat source may help reduce visceral fat, blood glucose, blood clotting, triglycerides and oxidation of LDL cholesterol and ultimately heart disease deaths. ... (31 replies)
... th control could cause an increase in cholesterol! I just found this out today when I talked to one of our nurse practitioners who told me about it. I have had high LDL cholesterol and high triglycerides! ... (5 replies)

... Hello folks, I'm posting here because my Doctor wants me on Lipitor for high LDL but if possible I would rather go the diet route. Not asking anyone to contradict my Doctor, but is it possible diet is playing a role? ... (3 replies)
... You sound like me when I was first diagnosed with high cholesterol. ... (35 replies)
... The low fat low cholesterol diet is counter productive. Our bodies need fat and cholesterol as each provide us with essential nutrients. Our hearts and brains need cholesterol. ... (9 replies)
... I believe that a high HDL is partly determined by genetics, but that diet can also have a significant influence. ... (9 replies)
... i recently had some bloodwork done and it was remarked that my only concern should be high cholesterol. ... (1 replies)
... of Niacin...high dosages cause flushing. Maybe some of these are helpful in keeping the triglycerides low? ... (3 replies)
... Since learning of this high LDL cholesterol level in early Jan. ... (7 replies)
... I recently went to the doctor for a regular check up and was shocked to find out that I have high cholesterol. I exercise regularly, have no family history of heart disease, don't smoke and lead a reasonably healthy lifestyle. ... (35 replies)
... but there are two types of LDL, Lpa and Lpb, with Lpa being light fluffy type and Lpb being more dense and the type of more concern. With low triglyceride levels such as yours, the Lpa tends to predominate, which is good and may explain your slightly elevated LDL numbers. ... (3 replies)
... but there are two types of LDL, Lpa and Lpb, with Lpa being light fluffy type and Lpb being more dense and the type of more concern. With low triglyceride levels such as yours, the Lpa tends to predominate, which is good and may explain your slightly elevated LDL numbers. ... (3 replies)
... Many experts are convinced that it's time to move beyond lowering of LDL cholesterol for preventing coronary events, since considerable risk remains even after LDL cholesterol is lowered to target levels. ... (38 replies)
New test results
Jan 30, 2004
... Justgettinby, Here's what the doctor is looking for: I hope that helped! (6 replies)
... ou need Insulin to take care of it and what happens is the Insulin pushes the glucose into the cells where it produces energy but also all that Insulin moves the triglycerides into the fat cells for storage in the form of saturated fat and then it also packs LDL cholesterol into the arteries in the neck, heart and legs. ... (9 replies)
... and LDL cholesterol have been reported to have synergy in elevating risk in both men and women with hypercholesterolemia. ... (23 replies)
... My doctor wanted me to start taking cholesterol meds. I did not want to take statins because I have always been able to maintain healthy cholesterol levels thru a low calorie, frequent eating, small meal diet of around 1500 calories per day. ... (2 replies)
... The truth of the matter is, you simply cannot just go by a cholesterol number. And not all LDL is the same. A high LDL in combination with high triglycerides is much more injurious than a high LDL in combination with low triglycerides. It's called Pattern A and Patten B LDL. ... (26 replies)
... A simple test that scrutinizes bad cholesterol more closely may more reliably predict who is going to have a heart attack, new research indicates. ... (20 replies)




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