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How can I get my HDL to go up?

I have CAD - on lipitor now - my LDL has gone down considerably but my HDL has also gone down.? How can I get my HDL to go up - I have followed a good diet and stopped smoking since having a stent put in.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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INCCORRECT PERHAPS YOU need to read Colpo's article AGAIN http://www.lowcarbmuscle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=162 PRINT IT OUT EVERYONE AND CONFRONT YOUR DOCTOR LAY INTO HIS A SS THE GUY ABOVE ME IS A LYING SCAMMER WHO DEOS NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW THE INFO INFO I CITE IS MAINSTREAM CLINCIAL TRIALS RANDOMIZED DOUBLE BLINDED FOOL READ COLPOS BOOK EVERYONE AND YOU WILL SEE FIRSTHAND THE RESEARCH TO DATE THIS WILL ARM YOU TO CONFRONT HIM ONCE AGAIN NO BENEFIT TO LDL REDUCTION LDL REDUCTION HAS NEVER BEEN SHOWN TO BE THE RESPONSINBLE FACTOR FOR STATINS MILD SUCCESS IN PATIENTS WITH coronary heart disease AND NEED THE INFLAMATION REDUCTION RESERACHERS FINALLY ADMITTED IT PUBLICLY IN OCT 2006 http://www.lowcarbmuscle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=162
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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