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... Well, I spent a bit of time searching. Found little on low triglycerides . But, when I found the technical term hypotriglyceridemia then I found the information that I think explains my TG level. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am wondering what the HDL, LDL, and Triglycerides are indicative of individually? ... (2 replies)
High Triglycerides
Jul 18, 2010
... Got blood work, my doctor told me my total cholesterol is 155, my good cholesterol is 28 but my triglycerides are 424. He said since my triglycerides were so high, they could not determine my bad cholesterol. What does this mean, what are triglycerides? ... (8 replies)

... I am sure his doctor probably recommended a low fat diet, one especially low in saturated fat. Get as much saturated fat out of his diet as possible. That does not mean eliminating all fat. ... (5 replies)
... It is approximated by triglycerides divided by 5 for triglyceride numbers that are not really high. ... (1 replies)
... What do you mean by "cardio", ubernier? ... (12 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. ... (12 replies)
... He is 31 years old and in good physical shape overall. ... (2 replies)
... Limit sugars and other low fiber or refined carbohydrates. ... (6 replies)
... HDL is not just a denser form of LDL. HDL and LDL have different proteins attached which respond to different cell receptors. They serve very different functions. ... (19 replies)
New Results
Dec 5, 2003
... Everyone is different and responds differently to various lifestyle changes. Can you describe a little more about your situation, if you are comfortable doing so? ... (9 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)
... no one type of diet is right for everyone. If one type of diet doesn't get the desired results, it might be worth exploring an alternative diet that focuses on different nutrient ratios. ... (30 replies)
... see so many posts on this and other cholesterol support groups that go into excrutiating detail of lipid profiles tests, and the dire warnings from doctors about what the numbers mean, that I wonder if we are being conditioned to become obsessed about our test results. ... (20 replies)
Chronic pain
Feb 3, 2002
... If not, I suggest that you take an hour or two and read through the topics. This and similar questions have been posed many times in the past. ... (18 replies)
... This all is really helpful to me. ... (30 replies)
... My PCP is as dumb as a box of rocks, and is not proficient in the area of proper cholesterol management. She just saw my results as "221" and wrote out an Rx for Zocor. I don't give up that easy. ... (7 replies)
... Fat intake keeps your HDL high. That is, if you eat a cube of butter a day, your HDL will improve quite a bit. However, moderation is key. No one is recommending you eat a cube of butter... can't be too good for anyone. ... (11 replies)
... The statin that your doctor is recommending will only address one of the issues the elevated LDL. ... (7 replies)
... Don't know if you are on meds for the cholesterol or not, but those are pretty darn good numbers. Your CHL ratio is your total cholesterol divided by your HDL. Your LDL is a calulation done by taking your Trigs. ... (3 replies)

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