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I have very high triglycerides, I have come to take until 1600, in the final analysis came to be 1100, the bezafibrato what I have taken nearly 4 years, so I just suspend, with three bezafibrato the day I got to be 500. Swim four times a week, about 500 meters ever, road day for swimming, I am overweight. Not as cheese or flour, soy very controlled diabetic glucose 120. As fish, I take omega three, Abas of my diet is mostly vegetables, milk volume amaranth daily. I also homeopathic treatment, in addition to being in control with the physicians. The medicine suspended for introducing me what Myopathy (muscle pain, without apparent cause) What else can I do, there are some other treatment to help me? Please serious answers. Thank you.

Answer: Reduce your weight this will help in lowering triglycerides. Triglycerides, simply put, are a form of fat that circulates in the blood. People who suffer from a high level of blood cholesterol often have high triglycerides as well. The recommended level of triglycerides is under 200 ml/dl. One would think that in order to lower triglyceride levels it is important to lower fat consumption, since triglycerides are a form of fat. Interestingly enough, that is not accurate. It has been found that the type of food that influences triglyceride levels the most is the carbohydrate! When you eat alot of simple carbohydrates (forms of sugar, white flour, white rice etc.) this is what elevates your triglyceride levels. So, the simplest and fastest way to reduce your triglycerides is by cutting down on the amount of white flour and sugar that you consume. For more information visit my free website http:///www.reddiabetes.com Another tip for reducing your triglycerides with diet is by increasing your consumption of DHA. DHA is a form of Omega-3 fatty acids, usually found in deep water fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring. DHA has been found to lower triglyceride levels while elevating HDL (the "good cholesterol" ) levels. Flax seeds are another good (but not as good as fish) source of DHA. Daily consumption of DHA is excellent for your heart and has been associated with reducing the risk of strokes as well. Exercise is another useful method for lowering triglycerides. Studies have shown that exercising in the morning was very effective in lowering triglyceride levels in the blood throughout the day. Let's face it - there is nothing that exercise does not help!! It doesn't have to be heavy and intense exercise. But, it is important to get at least a half hour of aerobic exercise daily or and hour at least three times a week. One study at Southwest Missouri State University showed that women and men that performed several short workouts of 10 minutes in a day, instead of one continuous, 30 minute workout, saw bigger reductions in triglyceride levels! A high level of triglycerides in the blood has been associated with heart disease. You don't have to be a victim of heart disease. Chances are that if you eat properly and get a moderate amount of exercise, you can achieve and maintain heart health. Take yourself in hand today!

Does anyone know of a Dr. in Houston that doesn't use Statin Drugs for high cholesterol and high triglycerides? I am taking TWO statins and want to get off of at least one, if not both of them. I would like to find someone with experience in doing this treatment. Thanks!

Answer: There are many steps that you can take to lower your cholesterol naturally. Are you watching your diet? In addition to switching over to a low fat diet you should also be watching your sugar intake. Many people when doing low fat have a tendency to hit the highly sugared foods and this too can cause levels to go higher. Oatmeal - oatmeal is excellent in helping to lower cholesterol. However, you need to eat it often (daily) and it needs to be the unflavored type and the flavored ones usually have added fat. Soy products. Soy sterols have been proven to lower cholesterol levels. You can drink low fat soy milk and yogurts, which will help. I take Cholesterblock which is made from soy sterols which has helped me go down to normal cholesterol levels after a few high blood tests. You might want to check it out. You also get a home tester so you can see how fat your levels have dropped and it has a really good money back guarantee. If you like tofu, try adding more into your diet. How are your HDL levels? If these are low you need to try and get them higher with exercise. Even if you add a small amount of exercise into your lifestyle you should see a difference. Although it's soluble fiber that helps whisk cholesterol out of your body (oatmeal) you should also be sure that you are eating enough insoluble fiber from veggies and green salads as they help keep you regular and helps move the cholesterol out of your colon. Remember that cholesterol levels don't come down over night. They can often take 3-6 months to see a significant difference. In the grocery store look in the butter area for new spreads that use soy to lower levels. It will say so right on the package. You can also look for products through out the store that have the Best Life Diet seal of approval. These are low in fat and are heart healthy. Learn to check food labels for hidden fat. Many products that you never suspect fat are very high. Even the products that now are in 100 calorie packs may be high, you just get smaller sizes. It will take some work but you can get your levels down.

My triglycerides came up on a recent blood test at 566 ml/dL. I think it’s one of the medications I’m taking that has caused this and I’m not planning to go off this medication any time soon. I have problems already with muscle pain and weakness, so I’m leery of the idea of drugs like Lipitor adding to that. Also, because of my muscle pain, increased exercise to help with the triglycerides isn’t much of an option. I’m most interested in hearing about the result folks have had with fish oil supplements and from anyone that has tried treating triglycerides with guggul. TNKS

Answer: Fish oil and guggle aren't going to touch anything that high... At best they can shave a few percent off.... Besides, do you know that they are even safe with the medication that you are on? Considering that the side effects of the medication are having such negative consequences, you might not have any option but to change meds....

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