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What is a Healthy cholesterol Level?

A: Managing cholesterol is important in order to minimize the risk of heart disease. According to the guidelines set forth by the National cholesterol Education Program, a healthy cholesterol level is considered to be 200 mg/dL or less. cholesterol ratios of high density lipoproteins (HDL) to low density lipoproteins (LDL) are also relevant, which should ideally be 100 mg/dL or less and 45 mg/dL (55 mg/dL for women), respectively. There are many things that can affect cholesterol levels, most notably diet and lifestyle habits. However, even the most health-conscious individual can have elevated cholesterol and not even...
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What's good for lowering glucose and cholesterol levels naturally?

A: SYTRINOL twice daily, is non-toxic and will bring down cholesterol. Polymer extract of cinnamon will bring down sugar levels well. buy at your health store or online. even if something isn''t unhealthy it may raise glucose levels examples are potatoes, corn, fruits, pasta, bread, rice. check labels for carbohydrate content as opposed to just sugars. at 7 years of age high cholesterol is probly more of a metabolic disorder than a dietary problem. if the tests are being done right. is your daughter fasting at the time the blood is drawn for tests? if not the results are innacurate. You should check if the glucose levels are high enough to consider Diabetes type I...


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How do you lower your cholesterol level?

A: I saw a show on T.V, the other week, and they did an experiment, to lower choleserol. This isn''t a joke, either. They tested a weight lifter, who ate 18 eggs, a day, and his choleterol was as low as. They gave a guy with high cholesterol 4 eggs a day, for 2 weeks, and his levels dropped by 30%. Apparently, the cholesterol, in eggs, is the good kind, and will lower your levels. your doctor can give you pills to lower it or drastically change your diet. a lot more vegetables, fruits, grains, etc. You can change your diet and if you are overweight and lose weight it might help you a lot. Some people though have high cholesterol and they are thin and eat sensibly. They,...


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Does anyone have good cholesterol levels?

A: ODERLESS GARLIC GEL CAPULES...1000MG. DLY. AND SOME COQ10 - NO LESS THAN 50MG. DLY.don''t buy generic off brands. go to your local health food store. the product are of much higher quality Yes, I exercise and eat a lot of fruit which doesn''t contain fat. Its a manufactured condition designed to medicate ALMOST everyone so the drug manufactures and medical community can make BILLIONS,MAYBE EVEN TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS. I bet they get giddy just thinking about how rich they are all going to be. All while their snake oil kills millions. "Blood cholesterol levels between 200 and 240 mg/dl are normal. These levels have always been normal. In older women, serum cholesterol

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Does the acceptable cholesterol level change as we age?

A: No, they don''t apply after the age of 50. This article will give you an insight view: The cholesterol-Age Profiles: Because cholesterol produces accumulating deposits at each year of life, it is necessary to know its level at each year to reflect how much deposit probably has or will be formed during this year. Thus Life Ahead produces an age-profile of each type of cholesterol for each age of life. Because individuals usually will not have actual values of cholesterol available for every year, a best estimate for the profile is produced from average population trends with age and actual values available. These population trends are modified for any earlier than present value of

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Is There A Relationship Between cholesterol levels And Pain?

A: High cholesterol levels ultimately leave fatty deposits on your arteries which causes blood flow restriction in key body areas. This would ultimately result in a hearts attack, stroke etc. Restriction in blood can lead to pains in those body areas. This doesn''t happen over night but is cumilative over time. While cholesterol does not cause pain, the plaque build-up in arteries, veins and capilaries can cause a reduction in blood flow, which can trigger aches and pains, especially in legs. Well yeah when you have low cholesterol you can have a lot of problems such as head aches and you can also feel like fainting as well. But you know what if you have high

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What is the point in determining the cholesterol level in an apparently health person?

A: 100 To have a baseline and be able to compare in the future..good question. The real question is: How to prevent cholesterol, simple and how to keep a healthy, heart. To improve your health and able to cure yourself....EFT emotional freedom technique. You just answered your own question. "Apparently healthy"..there you go. No one knows just by looking at someone if they are healthy or not. Perfectly healthy looking people drop dead all the time from undiagnosed problems. Heart disease and stroke to name just two. These events, heart related problems and stroke are both contributed to by the amount of cholesterol in the arteries. So, this is why it is important for everyone including young people, to be screened for high

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Anyone know if 254 is a high cholesterol level for a 20-something woman weighing 100 lbs?

A: Hello yes as said 254 is a high cholesterol reading. Did the Dr have you do diet changes to help control this first? I seen someone mentioned to take an Aspirin daily do not do this unless your DR said it is OK. Also don''t take any meds from a health food store or anywhere to help control this unless you do talk to your DR first. Even with you weight being that low high cholesterol can run in your family so even though maybe alot more people who are over weight have a bigger chance of having high cholesterol those of us that are at a low weight can also have it. So please take your doctors or nurses advice and watch your foods on what you eat. They should give you a list of food to eat and not to eat to help this...


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Is There A Relationship Between cholesterol levels And Pain?

A: High cholesterol levels ultimately leave fatty deposits on your arteries which causes blood flow restriction in key body areas. This would ultimately result in a hearts attack, stroke etc. Restriction in blood can lead to pains in those body areas. This doesn''t happen over night but is cumilative over time. While cholesterol does not cause pain, the plaque build-up in arteries, veins and capilaries can cause a reduction in blood flow, which can trigger aches and pains, especially in legs. Well yeah when you have low cholesterol you can have a lot of problems such as head aches and you can also feel like fainting as well. But you know what if you have high

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What is a bad cholesterol level?

A: Unless you haven't opened a newspaper, or turned on a television in the last seventy years, you know that high cholesterol is bad. But, what exactly is bad, and how do you find out your cholesterol level? Everyone should get a cholesterol check. In order to find out your cholesterol level, either get a check up with your family doctor, or visit a clinic that performs cholesterol checks. Typically, you will be asked to fast for around twelve hours so that your reading doesn't include the usual dose of Krispy Cream. The lab will then draw blood. There are two types of cholesterol that are in the reading. LDL, or the bad
 
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