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... asn't sick, he was very healthy. I read that in russian language , I wanna get an English version of that book. At the age of 90 his organs were like ones of the young man. ... (17 replies)
... I'm not sure if you provided this info already, but this is an important question: Does your mother and/or father have ANY form of heart disease (if so, how old when diagnosed)? If they do, then you're most certainly at risk and getting your LDL down below 100 is a must. (19 replies)
... I'm not sure if you read the entire thread, but High Cholesterol runs in my family. My cousin who is in the military on active duty, who is the same age as me, who is very fit, and eats well, also has high cholesterol. ... (19 replies)

... I'm inclined to agree with you. In my opinion, the medical profession is indiscriminately prescribing potentially dangerous cholesterol lowering statin drugs to millions of people without even knowing which ones will actually develop atherosclerosis. ... (5 replies)
... Naturally, your high total cholesterol level is largely due to the elevated LDL. Now, this does not necessarily mean that you must take statins for the rest of your life. ... (10 replies)
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Aug 6, 2003
... I need some advice other than my doctor's on my cholesterol. I have found a new doctor recently and he's not that bad, but my high cholesterol situation is a little unique and I'd like some outside advice. ... (3 replies)
... Maybe you should consider a body scan to check for blockages just in case. I truly envy anyone who has lived a long life with high cholesterol. ... (20 replies)
Sep 2, 2002
... m not getting any flushing with the niacin so far either, but it is giving me acid reflux, though that may just be the aspirin. I'm so tempted just to ignore the cholesterol level entirely and not even try to lower it, since my family lives so long anyway. I'll see how I do on the niacin. Thanks for all of your support! ... (41 replies)
... extra lbs of weight. My cholesterol before the gallbladder disease was 278, but was 165 a month after the surgery, so I never thought twice about it. ... (7 replies)
... Kinda funny how one part of Johns Hopkins claims that ketogenic diets like Dr. Atkins can be harmful while another part uses a similar very low carbohydrate ketogenic diet for treatment of epilepsy. From the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center: "The Ketogenic Diet is a carefully calculated diet, high in fat, low in protein, and... (26 replies)
... Good job you found out about your condition's at such a young age when adjustments now will certainly benefit you later in life. ... (7 replies)
... With half your your young life spent smoking heavily, and already a history of hypertension, you must quit smoking YESTERDAY or you won't see 30, IMHO. ... (7 replies)
... t seems that it's inevitable. It's just a matter of time. The use of statins may only accelerate the development of diabetic neuropathy. I realize that this is a high cholesterol board, but I feel that far too little emphasis has been placed on diabetes in the mainstream media. ... (43 replies)
... s it comes and be thankful we are alot better off then some others. When U look at tv or read a paper U can see people in much worse situations then we are, even young children, so definitely time to be a lil more moderate in our worries. ... (33 replies)
... I wish they would spend some of this money to actually CURE heart disease and other diseases instead of masking the disease with pills. I'm not saying VERY high cholesterol doesn't play some part in HD, but I do not think it is the total cause. ... (25 replies)
... Firstly, heart disease runs rampant through both sides of my family. Strokes, heart attacks, high cholesterol etc are highly prevalent on both my mom's and dad's side. ... (19 replies)
... Hello, One of the keys is that you gained weight. 20 lbs. doesn't sound like much, but it can raise cholesterol and sugar. You might want to work on loosing the 20 lbs. ... (3 replies)
Jun 6, 2003
... I am 25 and have high cholesterol. my doctor advised me that i am too young to take any statin. ... (2 replies)
... I am 50 and there is a very strong history of death from heart attacks in my family. Most were at a young age, 46 to 54. I am sure my gene pool is bad. For the last 15 years I have been working hard to improve my odds. ... (22 replies)
... Pure hypercholesterolemia is an inherited disorder that causes very high cholesterol levels from birth and is a very serious condition. ... (5 replies)

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