not have chlorestrol. I have heard of a few things but most things are VERY expensive and we have 8 people in our house and are on a limited income so it s hard to buy food that is good for you. If anyone has any ...
Cholesterol history usually is: Serum Cholesterol=215 mg/dl, Serum Triglycerides=226 mg/dl, Serum HDL-Cholesterol=44 mg/dl, Serum LDL-Cholesterol=126 mg/dl, Serum UricAcid=7.7 mg/dl. Please advise medicine for me ...
tips to lower this cholesterol problem in a quick manner. We would also like a list of foods that he ... of chicken and hamburg, but we buy 80/20 lean. I know that highcholesterol comes from eating meat, this just ...
I am 12 years old and I have highcholesterol (genetically) almost everyone one my dads side had it. I got tested yesterday and I have a total cholesterol of 223, and goodcholesterol 50 (i am a girl ...
.Glucose Fasting - 102 mg/dl S.UricAcid - 8.5 mg/dl I am really worried to see such report card. Request ... oily & fatty foods, smoking cigarettes 8-10 per day, drinking alcohol @3X60MLX6 times a month. Recent ...
with little physical activity. Went to doctor, who ordered ECG/ ECHO/ TMT/ LIPID PROFILE. Total Cholesterol was high, so was LDL. HDL was within range. He also asked me for uricacid which too was normal. ECG had ...
What's a good breakfast for a person who has highcholesterol ?
A low fat diet with no cholesterol and preferably trans-fats--a breakfast with an oatmeal, low fat milk and some fruit would be ideal. Alternatively, brown bread, soya milk and some dry fruits would also do. Apricots are a good dry fruit choice as there is very little fat. The essential aim should be to improve the goodcholesterol. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
My age is 38. I have been suffering from highcholesterol levels for the last 4 years. I used lipikind-f, lipicard av in past for months. recently I checked my
Hello and thank you for sending your question.
I believe your complete question was somehow truncated. From the information you provided it looks like you're taking some medication to keep the cholesterol under control. Generally it takes at least six months or so for a significant benefit of medication or supplements to impact cholesterol.
Of course it is extremely important that you work on diet and regular exercise as well. Exercise will help boost your goodcholesterol. Good diet will help to lower your bad cholesterol and triglycerides. If there is a modest improvement in your cholesterol I would continue with your current regimen. If there has been no improvement or if there is worsening of your cholesterol then you might talk with your doctor about some type of alternative approach.
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High cholestrol -should i take red yeast rice
Red yeast rice is good for choesterol lowering so it can be taken if you ave highcholesterol.
GEt well soon.