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Lipid panel tests show elevated values. What do I need to lower the levels without using statin drugs?

Hello, I am a 44 Hispanic male who measures 5 7 and weighs 154 lbs. I received the following results of a lipid panel tests, and would like to know if I am at risk for heart disease: Cholesterol total 234, HDL Cholesterol 43, Triglycerides 176, LDL Cholesterol 156, CHOL/HDLC ratio 5.4, Non HDL Cholesterol 191. What do I need to do to lower these levels without taking statin drugs?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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hyperlipidemia is one of the risk factor of ischemic heart this stage statin will help you to reduce the harmful also avoid fatty food,take regular exercise,stop smoking and reduce your weight if obese & repeat lipid profile after 3 months.thank you.
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