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Is it possible to reverse atherosclerotic changes in arteries by lowering blood cholesterol level?

A: The level of blood cholesterol has NOTHING to do with the degree of atherosclerosis This MYTH should have been discarded with the work of Drs Lande and Sperry in 1936. http://www.ravnskov.nu/myth2.htm IT CAN ONLY BE REVERSED BY LOWERING CRP levelS LOWER INFLAMMATION STATINS DO THIS. http://www.lowcarbmuscle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=162 By lowering cholesterol (fatty stuff in the blood), there is less in the blood, so less is available to clog arteries. High anti-oxidant foods are important. Eaten at the same time as someone also ingests some fat, and any other time, the anti-oxidants help keep the fat from...


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Do saturated fats have more effect on blood cholesterol levels then dietary cholesterol?

A: Yes is will have effect. Dietary cholesterol levels have only a self-effacing impact on blood cholesterol levels, whereas saturated fats boost cholesterol synthesis in the liver. Limit your cholesterol and saturated fat intake as part of a sensible diet to decrease your risk of stoke and heart attack....
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Whether saturated fats have more result on blood cholesterol levels than dietary cholesterol?

A: Yes. Dietary cholesterol levels have merely a self-effacing impact on blood cholesterol levels, while saturated fats boost cholesterol synthesis in the liver. Control your cholesterol intake and saturated fat as part of a sensible diet to decrease your risk of stroke and heart attack....


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Does cymbalta increase blood cholesterol levels?

A: An increase in blood - cholesterol levels has been reported with Cymbalta but infrequently. See: http://www.drugs.com/pro/cymbalta.html#s110 - scroll down to "other adverse reactions"....


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Is it alright to have blood cholesterol level lower than normal range?

A: no from the mayoclinic: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/cholesterol-level/AN01394 Lower cholesterol is usually better, but in rare cases, having a low level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or ''bad'') cholesterol or a low total cholesterol level could increase your risk of some health problems. These can include: cancer, depression, anxiety, preterm birth & low birth weight. Ideally, your total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels should fall in these ranges: ?Total cholesterol below 200 milligrams per...


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My mother was just diagnosed with high blood cholesterol level, any advice?

A: My mum has high blood cholesterol for 20 years, it just means she really needs to watch what she eats and do atleast 45min of excercise, usaly walking is most reccomended. Having high cholesterol is not the end of the world for her, there are much worse things in life to worry about like Cancer. I have the same problem, where my liver is over active in the production of LDL. I have been dealing with this for most of my life. Here is what to do: Exercise, reduce meat consuption to a maximum of 4oz per day or the same as a piece of meat the size of a deck of cards. Eat plenty of vegetable oils that are liquid at room temperature. Canola is the best, with Sunflower, Grape Seed, Peanut, and Olive oils are also good...
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Would you please tell me in very simple terms, what foods I can and cannot eat with a high blood cholesterol level? I am very confused about ail this.

A: In the simplest possible terms, this is the diet you should follow to minimise your cholesterol levels: FOODS ALLOWED Vegetables, cereals, fruit and nuts, fish, chicken breast, lean meat, pasta, olive oil, margarine, skim milk, dark chocolate, wine and beer. AVOID THESE FOODS Sausages, hamburgers, pies, lamb chops, mince, offal (liver, kidneys, tripe), roasts (particularly surface fat), game meat, chicken skin and legs, pizza, cala-mari, prawns, oysters, cream cake, milk chocolate, eggs and egg products, and dairy products (cream, milk, butter, yoghurt, cheese, custard)....


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Would you please tell me in very simple terms, what foods I can and cannot eat with a high blood cholesterol level? I am very confused about ail this.

A: In the simplest possible terms, this is the diet you should follow to minimise your cholesterol levels: FOODS ALLOWED Vegetables, cereals, fruit and nuts, fish, chicken breast, lean meat, pasta, olive oil, margarine, skim milk, dark chocolate, wine and beer. AVOID THESE FOODS Sausages, hamburgers, pies, lamb chops, mince, offal (liver, kidneys, tripe), roasts (particularly surface fat), game meat, chicken skin and legs, pizza, cala-mari, prawns, oysters, cream cake, milk chocolate, eggs and egg products, and dairy products (cream, milk, butter, yoghurt, cheese, custard)....


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Does omega-3 lower your blood cholesterol level?

A: Lower, no, but there are advantages. Hi, It will unclog you arteries as it thins your blood and keeps the blood flowing more. It helps you body work better.. LexWordsmith said: 1 HDLs, LDLs, triglycerides, total cholesterol -- any distinction in what the Omega3s do? Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 34 months ago catnanny said: 2 I took Omega...


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How do you lower your blood cholesterol level?

A: By the foods you DON''T eat... I don''t normally do this,but I''m giving you a web page.Boosting good cholesterol is the key. cholesterol Almonds You can lower blood cholesterol level with proper diet (less saturated fat and cholesterol rich food) and exercise...


 
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