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... I can't seem to find a like situation where cholesterol spikes 800 points, and triglycerides spike over 13,000, and remain. ... (0 replies)
... My triglycerides spike regularly from the medication I am on. ... (4 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... ion med. so don't concern yourself with that until you've tried alternatives. Avoid too much dietary fat, sugars, and especially alcohol. Most people with high triglycerides seem have them spike with alcohol, I know mine do, even one beer a week before a lipid panel will elevate mine. ... (11 replies)

... reason our bodies are in overdrive mode when it comes to triglyceride production by our liver. Meds, on top of diet and exercise changes are the only way to get triglycerides down to a reasonable number. At least I know that's true in my case. ... (9 replies)
... For people with high triglycerides, alcohol seems to be the big factor. Even mild, occasional drinking seems to cause plasma trig levels to shoot up, even when on medication to lower them (note that alcohol not only reduces your body's ability to break down triglycerides, but, at the same time, it induces the liver to make more). When I was in cardiac rehab, the... (9 replies)
... Every so often the docs will check my triglycerides and they are way over 1000!! I do have a family history of hypertriglyceridemia, but my Dad didn't get this problem until he was over 50! ... (9 replies)
... A few drinks can raise triglycerides a huge amount for awhile afterwards as can a very fatty meal or a very sugary one. ... (9 replies)
... Let's say you follow the rules, eat right and excercise, but every now and then you get sloppy. Big meal, a few cocktails. Even with meds can your triglycerides skyrocket? ... (9 replies)
Oct 7, 2004
... ty, Your view is so much more serene than mine. What I picture in a large artery after a high fat meal is exactly the image that you see when they are doing liposuction. The thick tube that runs into the large beaker is a mass of disgustingly bloody and gooey fat that looks like you put a pound of bacon into a blender with a glass of cherry juice and pureed for only a second... (11 replies)
Oct 5, 2004
... se and sleigh in them that you shake and watch the snow fall...that's how I see the blood stream after a high fat meal. Of course, even eating low fat you get a spike of trigs, but just like lowering sugar intake, I suspect it should flatten the spikes out. ... (11 replies)
My results
May 9, 2005
... Have your triglycerides always been that high? ... (31 replies)
New results...
May 24, 2005
... Don't feel so disappointed about your current numbers. There were certainly significant improvements in the span of only 3 short months. Your triglycerides have come down considerably, and your HDL is on the way up. Those are very good signs. ... (15 replies)
Drugs or not?
Jun 4, 2005
... I wouldn't think 5 pounds either way would swing your LDL much. THe feasting and drinking MIGHT show up as a spike in your triglycerides which are factored into a calulated LDL. ... (7 replies)
... deleted Actually they can help control glucose and diabetes by helping keep Triglycerides down. ... (16 replies)
... I agree with what Marie said about the carbs, even at 160 lbs. When I look at your numbers, especially the triglycerides and HDL, I remember when my lipid panel looked like that. However, I was 40 lbs plus overweight and still active. ... (3 replies)
... one thing I know about my own high triglycerides is that alcohol definately makes them spike, and it may take several days or more for them to come back down. ... (4 replies)
... under control with diet, means that your either following a low carb diet, a diet planned using the glycemic index, or just controlling your carbs so they don't spike your insulin and blood sugar. ... (17 replies)
... Very good explanation of the stuff Rick. Like I told Hubble, I don't like things sweet, except an occassional small piece of candy, so I sure can do without stuff with HFCS in it. Getting so U have to read every fool thing U pick up off a shelf these days. Of course alot of times the print is so stinking small, U can very easily overlook some of these nasty ingredients......... (19 replies)
... sed on the glycemic index because metabolic syndrome was causing me other health problems. The first blood work I had after going on the diet showed a drop in my triglycerides from 350 to 97 and my hdl came up from 35 to 40. LDL is still bad but that's a different process and isn't effected by our carbohydrate metabolism. ... (19 replies)
... Hey everybody- I posted a couple of days ago concerning this but it seems like either the title wasn't provocative enough or the thread got overlooked. So I'm kind of reposting with a more URGENT sounding title, hoping that someone might help answer some of my questions... Read on: 1) Went to the doctor 4 months ago. Bad news- High Cholesterol. Total cholesterol: 242... (9 replies)

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