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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... Yes, I believe that cholesterol levels can be too low, and your husband's level already approaches a rather low level. But just how low is too low has not been determined. His original cholesterol level of 208 was really not that high at all. ... (19 replies)
... it also helped lower my triglycerides a bit. ... (4 replies)
... Yes and no. Will a low fat diet? ... (6 replies)

... 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)
... It's vitamin B3. When taken in high doses, it can raise the HDL level in many people. The same can occur from fish oil, alcohol, and exercise. There is some relation in mechanisms between the latter three. ... (23 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)
... As for why triglycerides are bad... they usually have bad friends... like low HDL and small particle LDL. ... (4 replies)
... lowering drugs. It is highly unlikely that cholesterol and triglycerides that high comes from diet alone. A vegan diet does not assure a good cholesterol level. The body makes its own cholesterol. ... (8 replies)
... low saturated fat, low sugar, low carbs and low sodium. ... (7 replies)
... 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)
... When I had my first cholesterol screening test in the very early 70's as I recall when even HDL and LDL or triglycerides weren't really made anything of, I was in the upper 230's and I believe I was told that was a bit high, 200 is healthier. ... (14 replies)
... i'm new to this board and would like more information on homosytine level. i don't think i have had that test run in all the time i have had high triglycerides (since the early 80's). also, i have large particle ldl and it is dangerous too. earlier this year i had blood clot in left eye that resulted in a blind spot. eye doctor said blood vessel in retina had a white sheath,... (13 replies)
Jan 24, 2014
... All I can suggest is to lose weight, exercise, and watch your diet. If you can't control your numbers naturally your doctor may prescribe Crestor and/or prescription strength fish oil (Vascepa) as mine did. Since my last post, and after 10 days of Crestor 10mg and Vascepa and low to moderate alcohol consumption my total cholesterol went down to 109 and trig to 128 (from... (4 replies)
HIGH Triglycerides
Apr 23, 2006
... All these are quite uncommon and not unlike the low risk of statins but should be watched for. Liver function should be monitored by a blood test every couple months at first. ... (10 replies)
... Eat more foods high in fiber, and low on the glycemic index. Avoid foods containing cholesterol. ... (16 replies)
... dL triglycerides which although within range, could be improved. ... (4 replies)
... No Carb Diet and was put on either 40 or 60 MG of Lipitor or Crestor, he also got on a exercise program and within 3 months had his level down to normal. ... (4 replies)
... Mike, I think you are probably just fine. Others have pointed out, and might point out that low cholesterol levels sometimes indicate other afflictions, e.g. cancer. ... (5 replies)
... u are saying about Cholesterol being to low. I asked the doctor about it and he said that "no, they can actually go lower with no problem, and can actually go as low as 90." But again, I guess , to me at least, will be how I feel. If I was to start feeling bad or something it would be the first thing I would hone in on. ... (17 replies)
... that is, foods which are close to their natural state with a heavier reliance on low fat protein sources, raw vegetables and fruits and a near complete avoidance of prepackaged foods. This you already know! ... (5 replies)

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