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My cholesterol reading is 6.5 to 7.5. Is it OK?

Can I live to an old age with my cholestrol reading 6.5 to 7.5? I m in Australia my Cholestrol is 6.5 to 7.5 and has been for over 15years. I seen a Dietitian about 10 years ago she looked at the results and said its your good cholestrol that is high its ok you don t need a diet. So I just need to ask and get some answers.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Triglycerides come from Carbohydrates, not fat. Cut out all carbohydrates except those from non starchy vegetables. Your Triglycerides will fall, your CHD will improve, and you will not need any drugs for Type II diabetes. Watch the fruit and eliminate the grains. Increase in HDL comes from saturated and mono saturated fat. Increase in LDL comes from trans-fats and vegetable oils. VLDL is a dangerous form of cholesterol that your body makes when you eliminate all dietary cholesterol. Eat your eggs every day. Follow this advise and you will CURE your diabetes, lose weight, eliminate your BP meds, live longer. You can follow the advice others will give, but that is probably what you have been doing. Do you know anyone who eats a low fat diet who has lowered their numbers? Yes, you can lower them temporarily, but once your body figures out what you are doing, it just makes more. Cholesterol is that important to life. Never take drugs to lower your cholesterol as artificially lowered blood levels have NEVER been shown to benefit CHD. Every cholesterol drug ad has a disclaimer stating just that. Look up any ad, you will find it. Worse yet, you might die sooner from cancer, stroke, infection. Or trigger ALS, Alzheimer's, or dementia, ED. Such a deal. Pharmacist who's life was almost ruined by Lipitor
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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