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... Apparently starch food and sweets were keeping my triglycrides up. ... (3 replies)
... starch foods, your triglycrides will drop back to normal in a very short time. Sweets and fruit will also raise the triglycrides. ... (9 replies)
... Fenofibrate is an alternative to statins. It has the advantage of both reducing LDL cholesterol and increasing HDL. However, it does also have most of the side-effects of the statins. It should not be taken along with a statin. (1 replies)

... My husband (who also happens to have kidney disease) was recently prescribed Fenofibrate for control of triglycerides in his blood. He also takes Lovastatin for cholesterol control and the Mayo Clinic, (on their website), advises that there could be a drug interaction between these two meds. Is there anyone out there taking Fenofibrate and a cholesterol lowering med at the... (1 replies)
... Steroids in any form are known to raise glucose levels and triglycrides track this change. ... (1 replies)
... In order to bring the triglycrides back down, eat less starch foods and sweets. Exercise will help also. ... (3 replies)
... Lisa, if you consume no more than 7 grams or less of saturated fat per day you will have a better chance of controlling cholesterol via diet, if diet is the culprit. Starches and sweets raise the triglycrides. Exercise raises the HDL. Yes, there are foods to eat, not what you want, but, they will keep you alive and healthy. After I became diabetic (type 2) I stopped... (33 replies)
New LDL Guidelines
Dec 18, 2004
... Some people can reduce their lipids via diet/exercise and others are not able to. Some people have livers that manafucture too much cholesterol. Consuming no more than 7 grams saturated fat per day will help lower the LDL. Consuming less or little starches and sweets will lower the triglycrides. Exercise will increase the HDL My doctor wants me to take "Policosanol" 10... (11 replies)
... I can not advise regarding Tricor but I found that omitting starches and sweets from my diet lowered the triglycrides. Give it a try. I eat lean meat, green, yellow, and red veggies. Marie (2 replies)
... "Triglycrides can be lowered by reducing or omitting starch carbs as well as sweet carbs. Eat more green veggies and other non-starch veggies with normal serving of protein. HDL will raise with exercise. Try walking 1 mile after each meal every day. Start out slow and work up to a faster pace. " i dont need a prescription straight out of the textbook. ive read enough of... (3 replies)
... Triglycrides can be lowered by reducing or omitting starch carbs as well as sweet carbs. Eat more green veggies and other non-starch veggies with normal serving of protein. HDL will raise with exercise. Try walking 1 mile after each meal every day. Start out slow and work up to a faster pace. Being lazy is the downfall of many of us!! You are not the only one. A change... (3 replies)




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