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... The cholesterol that you eat has little if any effect on your blood level of cholesterol, so eat all the fish and shell fish that you like. It's good for you. ... (3 replies)
Feb 16, 2004
... I may be wrong but I think the cholesterol content of food is much less important than the fat content. I have researched this before. So tuna at 30 mgs of cholesterl but low in bad fats should pose no problems whatsoever. Just stay clear of bad fats. ... (9 replies)
Feb 5, 2004
... Tuna and salmon are both excellent foods because of their high Omega-3 oil content. Of course the fresh is better (in every conceivable way) than the canned ...but then what's new? Enjoy it and ignore the dietary cholesterol; it really hasn't been much of a concern for a decade or two. I hope youn don't have to fight off kitty every time you open a can! (9 replies)

... awn for my 50 year check up and I have the perfect diet 10 times over for at least 2 years now and I fasted from midnight to 2pm and the DOC said I had very high cholesterol and seriously thinks my diet is awful. ... (1 replies)
... eggs a day is a lot, especially if you have high cholesterol. You could replace the eggs with skinless chicken, low fat cheese, tuna etc to replace the protein, and try to keep the eggs to one or two lunches a week. ... (3 replies)
... A study in the April 2005 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine examines all randomized, controlled trials published between 1965 and 2003 that compared a lipid lowering strategy with a placebo or usual care. The authors determined that 97 studies met their eligibility criteria. Combining all these studies they were able to examine over 130,000 people in treatment groups... (23 replies)
... So it looks like if I want to cut out my Omega 6 and increase my Omega 3, having more fat and eggs might not be the best way to do it. We are already cooking with extra virgin olive oil. Only real problem I see with my diet is the fish I am eating isn't the kind that is best for Omega 3. We have done a lot of cod, tilapia, hake and flounder. We haven't had much salmon,... (9 replies)
... Thx for reply; just figure of speech about tuna... Been dieting pretty well for past month, and was expecting better results on numbers. It's a bummer, but will continue on diet for sure (7 replies)
... That is higher than they would like. And I am concerned that all you've eaten is tuna and hummus! Really? ... (7 replies)
... This was after a month of eating nothing but tuna and humus per dr. Orders. ... (7 replies)
... I can understand your frustration your doing everything right.I hope i can post this but a great site on all the research on drugs, diet, supplements etc.. from around the world is Quality Type in c-reactive protein in their search bar and there's tons of research news on this. Hope that helps some ! harry ! (27 replies)
... the inflammation. I bought a book and read it called Stop Inflammation Now and I eat most of the foods that are supposed to stop it. I do eat alot of salmon and tuna and oatmeal and flaxsees. I also heard that hemp seed oil is very good for you. I drink pomagranate juice, olive oilt you name it I do all the right stuff. ... (27 replies)
... Uff, have they figured out what is causing your intestinal problems? I know when I was having them, it was murder to get anything but soup, gingerale, crackers and cheese into me. They ran every test possible to figure it out, and only thing they could come up with was the after affects of Lipitor & Baycol. Strange, as I only took it on and off for about 6 months, but man, I... (12 replies)
... Because of my late husband's heart disease and diabetes, we had to "watch it" diet-wise for years. But I didn't let it bother me. I always cooked everything myself, so I could modify recipes a bit, drain off most of the fat before using the drippings for gravy, etc. The way I looked at it was two or three feast days out of 365 aren't going to affect things too much as long... (12 replies)
... It doesn't sound like you can improve your diet much. If you aren't eating fatty fish like salmon or tuna twice weekly, you might do that. Or you could start taking a fish oil supplement. Then try to get more cardio exercise. ... (20 replies)
... gardeninggal, I think we are all in the same boat. One minute something is good for you, next week it isn't. Like hubby's dr. said, he just didn't feel taking large doses was as great as first expected, so we just decided to take one less thing. There is E in our multi, so at least we get some, but I tend more to the C, garlic, calcium and now have been trying some non flush... (86 replies)
... broiled. We also eat a lot of grilled tuna and salmon. ... (15 replies)
... can tuna on 2 slices w.w. ... (7 replies)
... There are still plenty of debates going on about whether the cholesterol in foods directly can correlate to elevated cholesterol in us. ... (10 replies)
2 questions
Aug 26, 2003
... As I'm trying to find a medium between my weightlifting diet and my cholesterol diet I'm finding it hard to keep my cholesterol under 300 mg due to all the protein I eat. I try and get 200 grams of protein a day. 1 can of tuna yields about 28 grams of protein and 25 mgs of cholesterol. ... (2 replies)

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