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... I'm not personally a fan of fibrates, but it's better than having a cholesterol over 600. Niaspan might be the better choice though, as it will also help HDL. ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone!!! I hope everyone is doing well! I am just requesting some advice. First of all, I had astronomically high cholesterol. It was measured at over 600, then 464 after fasting :eek:. With Lopid, however, I was able to get it down to 169 :)! My triglycerides, on the other hand, remain at 600+. I'm not obese; in fact, I exercise at least 5 times a week. ... (4 replies)
... I got my triglycerides down from over 600 (after a week of eating lots of eggs fried in bacon grease sandwiches with mayonnaise; don't ask why I was on THAT kick) to about 300 by eating a standard, healthy diet. (Lean protein, olive oil, fruits and veggies, whole wheat bread, small amounts of cheese, skim milk, etc.). I got it down from 300 to about 160-200 with medication... (5 replies)

... it also helped lower my triglycerides a bit. ... (4 replies)
... Type 2 diabetes is a is an inability to control the glucose level in the blood due to insulin resistance or a lack of insulin. Abnormal lipid levels (low HDL & elevated triglycerides) are usually present when someone is diagnosed with T2 diabetes. Metabolic Syndrome or Syndrome X is a precursor to Type 2 diabetes and is defined as: From the American Heart Association: ... (2 replies)
... I would definitey do as you describe. Go easier on the fast hit carbs the night before the test. Those high triglycerides of yours are probably reflective of high carbs more than anything else. Maybe spinach instead of mashed potatoes. ... (2 replies)
... like 600 or 700. ... (1 replies)
... days of recommended cholesterol over those two days. ... (3 replies)
... One of my 1200mg fish oil capsules is only 10 calories. A 3oz pacific salmon fillet is around 100 calories and has less combined EPA+DHA than one capsule (not too mention about 80+mg of cholesterol). How am I doing better eating seafood versus taking a few capsules of concentrated oil? P.S. By the way, I take 6 such capsules per day - I have very high triglycerides, and... (10 replies)
... of calories. I gained weight, my TC was over 250, my HDL was dangerously low and my triglycerides were over 600. ... (28 replies)
... These results have not varied for over several years. I've been on and off Lipitor, and Zocor.I'm 5'6" 185 lbs. ... (2 replies)
... t eating this way would do to cholesterol. But I have found that, while LDL went up a bit to start with, it is now back where it started. HDL has gone way up and triglycerides have come down. ... (26 replies)
... beneath the skin over their elbows, knees, buttocks. These are deposits of cholesterol in the skin. In addition they develop deposits in tendons and around the cornea of the eye. ... (18 replies)
... Diet can do it. Maybe not for everyone, but if you are willing to improve your diet and exercise some, you can dramatically reduce your cholesterol. I went from a very bad diet high in saturated fats, cholesterol and processed foods to a diet very low in saturated fates and cholesterol and much more natural. I went from never working out to working out 5 times a week... (9 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 12, 2003
... day, and then increased progressively over the course of the study, and maintained at a level of 2,000 mg nightly for 8 weeks. The duration of the study was 16 weeks. ... (16 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 13, 2003
... A couple comments. It looks like these studies were geared to show niacin off in the best light. Why for example, compare with gemfibrozil rather than Lipitor? Even with this favorable comparison, the results for 2000 mg/day show 20% and 25% increases in HDL....this is, for example, a change from a wretched 30 to a wretched 36-37. Not enough to benefit most people. And then... (16 replies)
... ting cause that caused the brain damage that lead to cerebellar ataxia. You probably need to take 600mg of Coq10 to be on the safe side. Dr. DiMauro suggest the 600 when you have suspected mitochondrial damage. ALso you're right about the parkinson's. Many people say it doesn't help them. ... (8 replies)
... I was sedentary and weighed over 220 lbs at the time though. ... (1 replies)
... of Niacin...high dosages cause flushing. Maybe some of these are helpful in keeping the triglycerides low? ... (3 replies)




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