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... Thanks for that information. I have not been told what level to aim for. What complicates my situation is a chronic kidney disease. It perpetuates the inflammatory processes and also effects the cardiac function. ... (3 replies)
... e usually the main foods that are high on the index. I read a couple of research papers and restricting the white starches has always showed greater reduction in triglycerides than a low fat diet. ... (16 replies)
... your levels have more recently risen....perhaps you have put on more weight, stoped watching your diet, etc. It can be reversed though, and now you have a good reason to start. ... (12 replies)

... Thanks for the info. I most likely can rule out past alcohol use as a possible reason for the low HDL. ... (11 replies)
... This is one reason that high triglycerides alone are an independent risk factor for heart diease. ... (5 replies)
... Why do I not advocate diets very low in meat and eggs? ... (12 replies)
... ================================================================== Arkie6 I like to know the reason about why you say you don’t advocate diets with very low levels of meat and eggs since these types of diets tend to raise triglyceride levels and lower HDL levels. I hope you are right , Do you know any studies that support this kind of opinion? My doctor always told... (12 replies)
... I'm missing something. The first test above (156 for TC, 93 for LDL, 50 for HDL, and 64 for Trig) are all within the guidelines I've been given by my Dr. (TC 125-200; HDL >=40; Trig <150; LDL <130). If I had those numbers I wouldn't take statins. (4 replies)
... exercise level has not changed much in this time period at all. ... (4 replies)
... Minimize carbohydrates by avoiding sugar, flour, potatoes and white rice. Studies prove that HDL level drops dramatically when blood sugar is spiked by carbohydrates. ... (34 replies)
New Med
Mar 13, 2006
... n the show said basically that statins have been shown not to affect mortality rates in this group. Even though cholesterol rates were lowered to the acceptable level for this group they had no effect on mortality. ... (8 replies)
... My husband has a triglyceride level in the 700 range and is not taking medication for it. You can read more about his condition and the "Athletes, High Triglycerides, DMG and low O2" thread. ... (21 replies)
Big problems
Nov 26, 2002
... Based on my experience and research, dietary changes alone won't get your cholesterol and triglycerides where you want them to be. Neither will supplements. You've got to get some aerobic exercise several times each week to boost your HDL and burn off calories. ... (12 replies)
... I do agree that there is a reason to check for the subtypes of LDL.All it will gain you is the knowledge of which type you have.It does not change the fact that it is still bad cholesterol. ... (12 replies)




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