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... Hello all, I am a 34 yr old male, 5ft 9 in tall, and I have new blood test results in. ... (1 replies)
... I just got back the results of my blood test. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Frankie. :wave: Can you give the formula for converting from mm/l to mg/dL, please. My blood tests always come back that way too (Auckland,New Zealand) and I don't really know if it's good or bad. Also, how much cinnamon should you take to lower trigs? My last blood test was: Total chol.-- 5.6 HDL chol. -- 1.9 LDL chol. -- 3.1 Trig. -- 1.4 Fasting Trig... (3 replies)

... The calculation seems correct. Also, I have a record of 15 blood tests starting in 1984, and the trigs are all over the place, from a low of 68 to highs of 214. ... (9 replies)
... ously I don't think I'd made a batch of cookies in about 20 years, as my late husband was diabetic. The dietary changes, no doubt, have had a major impact on my blood lipids. However, an additional factor is that in recent months I can't seem to remember to take more than one 250 mg tablet of niacin daily. ... (9 replies)
... Hey Uff, not bad at all, congrats. Glad U don't have to go for consultation, I think my dr. thrives on it....... :D Keep up the good work......... :wave: (4 replies)
... I'd been concerned that my test this time would show no improvement, as my diet and medications had been all messed up since the previous test. ... (4 replies)
Blood test Update
Oct 23, 2005
... years, then discontinued due to probable side effects. I resumed treatment two years later when my Total cholesterol was 250 and LDL was around 155, HDL 60 and trigs 180. I'm happy to say my total now is 158..LDL is 69, HDL 72 and trigs 86. ... (14 replies)
... From your latest test results, you have been enjoying his cooking too much! ... (9 replies)
... Frankly, I am just flabergasted that my trigs are only 80. I kid you not, for the past month or two I've been eating 8 or 10 cookies a day. Plus I have been making and eating homemade breads, too. ... (9 replies)
... With an HDL and trigs like that, I don't think I'd even bother with niacin. You sure must be doing something right! ... (9 replies)
... I had the test and results last Friday and have since been put on tricor, and heart healthy diet and exercise program. I'm also taking 2400 fish oil daily. ... (18 replies)
... take it!" when I suggested it as an alternative to Lipitor. In a previous post I mentioned my total chol. is at the moment 247 and LDL is 141, but HDL is 93 and Trigs only 66. ... (9 replies)
... Is it a blood test? ... (1 replies)
... and Homocystein show very low risk for heart disease, but the LDL is high and they said that's bad. I'm already taking Niaspan and after the test they added Welchol. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you again for the replies, I will update my numbers when I get another blood test in the middle of July. ... (18 replies)
... Cinnamon lowers triglycerides and controls blood sugar too. ... (6 replies)
... I missed that sentence. If you didn't fast, I would expect your trigs result to be higher than normal, especially if you had something sweet the evening before. ... (6 replies)
... Well thats good news then. Question, will jogging remove Trigs? I'm gonna try changing my diet but would rather enjoy some foods and jog daily or atleast 4 days a week. (6 replies)
... Your numbers look pretty good except for the trigs. You should cut that in half by eating less carbs. (6 replies)

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