Mum and high cholesterol

  1. Mum and high cholesterol


    My mum recently went to the doctors and got her cholesterol checked. It came back as high and the doctor wanted to put her on statins but said they'd try the diet route first, all the doctor said was to cut out fat from her diet. (Because its so evil)There's a history of high cholesterol in the family already so I wouldn't put it down to her life style. I wouldn't say she's majorly overweight either. She's always cooked the family meals from fresh too. I've got her cooking with coconut oil now too. Shes started going to exercise classes, cardio machines/circuit kinda stuff.Looking for some advice on what supplements can help her reduce her cholesterol. I looked at krillipid but the site it was on looked like the very first label and I don't know if it would still be good. Anyone got any advice?


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Chub
    My mum recently went to the doctors and got her cholesterol checked. It came back as high and the doctor wanted to put her on statins but said they'd try the diet route first, all the doctor said was to cut out fat from her diet. (Because its so evil)There's a history of high cholesterol in the family already so I wouldn't put it down to her life style. I wouldn't say she's majorly overweight either. She's always cooked the family meals from fresh too. I've got her cooking with coconut oil now too. Shes started going to exercise classes, cardio machines/circuit kinda stuff.Looking for some advice on what supplements can help her reduce her cholesterol. I looked at krillipid but the site it was on looked like the very first label and I don't know if it would still be good. Anyone got any advice?
    Red yeast rice extract and pslium husk fiber is good choices. I think it was 500-800 mg of red yeast rice a day and 25-50g of pslium husk fiber spreadout the day.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by 808shredded View Post
    Red yeast rice extract and pslium husk fiber is good choices. I think it was 500-800 mg of red yeast rice a day and 25-50g of pslium husk fiber spreadout the day.
    I'll look into the RYR, AI Sports life support might be the way to go. Not sure if she'll like the sound of the pslium husk fiber but i can try cheers!
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  4. Quality fish oil. Several grams of taurine.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by broons View Post
    Quality fish oil. Several grams of taurine.
    Been reading more on krill oil, seems promising!

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Chub

    I'll look into the RYR, AI Sports life support might be the way to go. Not sure if she'll like the sound of the pslium husk fiber but i can try cheers!
    I've been told that RYR does not work because of the FDA stepping in and the statin like derivative is removed from the supplement.

  7. look into iForce Heart Help, which uses Bergamonte (extracts from Citrus Bergamia Risso) to help lower bad (LDL) cholesterol, raise good (HDL) cholesterol, overall healthy blood triglyceride levels, and it helps maintain stable blood sugar levels. seems like the type of product that would definitely benefit your mom. That and a quality fish oil should definitely help improve her levels
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  8. Ryr no longer contains the statin it used to, as such it will do nothing.


    The active in HeartHelp is clinically proven to work on the other hand.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by allnatural923 View Post
    look into iForce Heart Help, which uses Bergamonte (extracts from Citrus Bergamia Risso) to help lower bad (LDL) cholesterol, raise good (HDL) cholesterol, overall healthy blood triglyceride levels, and it helps maintain stable blood sugar levels. seems like the type of product that would definitely benefit your mom. That and a quality fish oil should definitely help improve her levels
    I get this just about every month in my rep order.

  10. 1500mg of Enduracin per day lowered total and ldl cholesterol by 10.3 and 13.1% respectively.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/9411824/

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Chub View Post
    My mum recently went to the doctors and got her cholesterol checked. It came back as high and the doctor wanted to put her on statins but said they'd try the diet route first, all the doctor said was to cut out fat from her diet. (Because its so evil)There's a history of high cholesterol in the family already so I wouldn't put it down to her life style. I wouldn't say she's majorly overweight either. She's always cooked the family meals from fresh too. I've got her cooking with coconut oil now too. Shes started going to exercise classes, cardio machines/circuit kinda stuff.Looking for some advice on what supplements can help her reduce her cholesterol. I looked at krillipid but the site it was on looked like the very first label and I don't know if it would still be good. Anyone got any advice?
    your mom could really benifit form heart help. Heart help helps lower LDL while increasing will increase good cholesterol.


  12. Isn't the ingredient in heart help considered a Statin?. I thought I read mr.cooper69 post that.

  13. 2-3g EPA/DHA + Heart Help = should help out quite a bit.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Isn't the ingredient in heart help considered a Statin?. I thought I read mr.cooper69 post that.
    That I am not aware of, so I won't say either way. I do not recall reading a statement by m coop on that topic, but I could have easily missed it.


    Regardless OP, heart help did wonders for me, with truly, no side effects.

    Mike

  15. It acts in the same fashion as a statin, however presents none of the side effects commonly associated with statins like lipitor.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Isn't the ingredient in heart help considered a Statin?. I thought I read mr.cooper69 post that.
    Negative, I have never said this
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    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES

  17. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Negative, I have never said this

    My mistake. The post I was thinking of was from JudoJosh. Post #28 in the link below,


    Cholesterol Levels

  18. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    It acts in the same fashion as a statin, however presents none of the side effects commonly associated with statins like lipitor.
    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    My mistake. The post I was thinking of was from JudoJosh. Post #28 in the link below,


    Cholesterol Levels
    see my previous post

  19. Sorry guys, I just got confused. Just turned 40 so that may start to happen more and more. Maybe I need a supplement for that- LMAO!.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Sorry guys, I just got confused. Just turned 40 so that may start to happen more and more. Maybe I need a supplement for that- LMAO!.
    just need moar ALCAR in your life
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by baldwanus View Post
    just need moar ALCAR in your life
    Lol!!!


  22. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Sorry guys, I just got confused. Just turned 40 so that may start to happen more and more. Maybe I need a supplement for that- LMAO!.
    viagra to bro


  

  
 

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