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... The nurse that did my test at the health club last week said that it is very unusual to have such low triglycerides with such a high LDL reading. ... (5 replies)
... but if I remember right, his HDL was only a couple of points below normal and his blood glucose was fine. They couldn't calculate his LDL fraction because the Triglycerides were so high. ... (12 replies)
... This is my case after a few blood test readings. I guess I thought the triglycerides would be high if the cholesterol was high. What could it mean with these readings. ... (1 replies)

... Both sugars and fats can be a problem for triglyceride leves, but the worst offender that I found, from personal experience, is ALCOHOL. I run normal triglycerides around 100 but regualr drinking will raise it considerably. ... (15 replies)
... cholesterol is too high, primarily due to high HDL, even if their LDL and Triglycerides are low, and put them on drugs. I don't agree with this. ... (25 replies)
... I didn't know that..... but the effect I mentioned, the lower ability to carry oxygen, is a side effect of the presence of high triglycerides in the blood. At least, that's what a retired medical technologist told me. ... (12 replies)
... We are trying to control my husband's high triglycerides with diet and weight reduction. ... (12 replies)
... and low triglycerides. Doc put me on Lipitor. Can I have low trigs and high cholesterol? ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I had some blood work done. The night prior to the test I had a large amount of beer. I stopped drinking around 12:30 am and had the blood drawn around 9:30 am. I am very certain that the alcohol was still in my blood. All of my levels are within range except for the following: HDL - 27 (low) - Triglycerides 294 (High) - ALT 80 (High) Would these tests be thrown out of... (0 replies)
... dl. range for triglycerides is EXTREMELY dangerous. He should be taking something to lower it immediately and work out the long term strategy at his leisure. This is a safer approach. ... (12 replies)
High Triglycerides
Nov 16, 2006
... Shepherdlady, Give the following a try for high triglycerides: 1. Low sugar diet 2. Low FAT diet 3. Weight loss to slightly below normal. 4. Eat lots of fish. 5. NO booze 6. Lots of aerobic exercise. (2 replies)
... Well, on the magic school bus this is explained : When you use your muscles you build up lactic acid ( which causes muscle fatigue) but when you breathe in oxygen goes to the lungs and transported through the blood stream to feed the body oxygen and all the waste is transported through sweat glands and exhaling. I hear drinking plenty of water and eating a banana/pottasium... (12 replies)
... I encouraged my husband to get his cholesterol checked at his last physical for the first time. Mine is insanely low at 140, i've had it tested many times in my life. ... (9 replies)
... VERY low saturated fat diet and take my weight down even below what is considered ideal. It SOMETIMES works and is always worth a try. Since your triglycerides are low, you don't sound like a sugar abuser. ... (9 replies)
... Well, since his mother has adult onset diabetes, we figure that his high TG and low HDL are symptomatic of metabolic syndrome which is pretty much pre-diabetes. We think it's important to fix the problem at the source rather than mask the symptom with drugs and then he still gets diabetes in 5 years or so. What do you mean by "cardio", ubernier? Do you mean does he get... (12 replies)
... WOOOOO HOOOOOO!!!! :bouncing: These are his new numbers: Total Cholesterol: 139 (was 192) Triglycerides: 248 (was 777) HDL: 34 (was 39) :( Cholesterol/hdl: 4.09 LDL:55 (couldn't even calculate it before) LDL/HDL: 1.62 (12 replies)
... I remembered wrong. I found the paperwork yesterday and his triglycerides were 700 something and his HDL was 39. ... (12 replies)
... chovancd, high cholesterol and diabetes are two of the cluster of symptoms associated with Syndrome X. ... (22 replies)
... I wouldn't worry so much about the LDL, since your HDL is high and your triglycerides are low. Also, all of your ratios fall within the normal ranges. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know exactly what Judo entails with respect to heartrate during workout, but the advantage comes best from keeping your heartrate elevated at least 20 min during exercise, e.g. when I run for 25 min, my HR stays between 145 bpm-160 bpm for the entire time. I know that I did not get this same benefit from playing football (or lets relate it back to the practices). ... (12 replies)

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