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Can Any Supplements Raise Your Triglycerides
What are the effects of raised triglycerides in my case they are raised to 350 and cholesterol is 210?
Are crucially important, energy-dense, poorly-water-soluble molecules made of 3 fat molecules attached to a glycerol backbone. They are made by all animals, including humans http://goo. Gl/H7mItd, mostly in the liver, as a way of storing energy & transported within fat carrying proteins (lipoproteins). Production & storage ↑es on sugar/carbohydrate LFHC foods driving ↑ LDL-P & ...Read more
What do you suggest if my triglycerides raised to 440mg/dl but after3rd day it is 182mg/dl total cholestrol is 190mg/dl?
Modify your diet: Sounds like your TG's respond to diet. Alcohol and carbohydrates will raise TG's significantly. I would work on reducing your alcohol intake and/or reducing your simple carbohydrates. Sugars and starches such as rice, bread and pasta will raise them. You report a high number, but I really get concerned over 500. You may wa to wet with a dietician at some point. ...Read more
Is it a good sign if after improving my diet my vit d level raised 5 points in 6 months? Can my level be raised more without supplements?
Rather than an absolute number, where you moved on the laboratories scale is the key point. We are finding that a lot of people have low vitamin D and that goes along with a lot of minor ailments (probably at least somewhat BY COINCEDENCE.... people with poor diets might be poor, have bad dental care, smoke, etc. And have low vitamin D).
Really decent sun exposure will increase vitamin D level. ...Read more
Hello sir, i'am in a problem. My triglyceride level has raised to 450. how to maintain it. Please suggest we ways to control it. And about the diet.
Eat less fatty food: A lot of foods cooked on oil and fat, ghee. All of that adds to high cholesterol and triglycerides. Try to find healthier options. There are few medicines that can help, but please talk to a doctor to recommend appropriate one, and follow your liver number while you take it. ...Read more
My vit d raised from 18 to 23, just by correcting my poor diet recently. If I get daily sun could this help raise it more? Don't want supplements
Vitamin D level: Assuming that the test was a 25-hydroxy vitamin D test, a level of 20-29 ng/mL is adequate for general health needs, and some experts think a level of 30 to 80 ng/mL is best. Yes, getting daily sun will improve your vitamin D levels. Sunscreen will decrease the amount of vitamin D conversion in your skin, but sunscreen will help by protecting you from skin cancer. ...Read more
Low energy on 225 mg Effexor (venlafaxine) xr, my dosage was raised its my first week on 225. How can I raise my energy with supplements so I can start working out?
B-vitamins and ect: Check with you md 1st but you may consider supplements of b-vitamins such as a super b-complex. In addition you may consider taking panax ginseng which may help with your fatigue as well as improve athletic performance. If you decide to take these, monitor your BP and report significant elevations to your md I do wonder, which antihistamine are you taking and how often do you take it? ...Read more
I was doing research on the web, and I found that IQ can be raised or lowered through study and or dietary supplements. Is this true?
Not true: Training and practice may help raise score on intelligence tests, but only a very little bit. But they cannot actually change IQ. Dietary supplements for sure do not. Such claims are quackery and should be ignored. Limit online research to legitimate scientific websites etc. Avoid non-professional sites and all resources with products to sell, like test training or dietary supplements. ...Read more
Can raising acetylcholine levels through supplements lead to insomnia? When acetylcholine is raised does that also raise dopamine too?
Dx osteoporosis & vit d insufficiency, take vit D3 & ca supplements (500mg citrate), can ca supplements be the cause to raised serum calcium?
Yes: Calcium supplements can potentially raise the serum calcium level, but in an otherwise healthy person they would typically not do so. The bigger question is why a 26 year old person would have osteoporosis, and it usually would take more than a vitamin d deficiency; if you haven't had one a thorough work up by an endocrinologist would be indicated. ...Read more
My appetite is gone. Force myself to eat. Stress? Remeron gave me an appetite but raised my triglycerides. Lexapro (escitalopram) makes nausea worse. What will help?
Get seen: I'm concerned you have a physical lesion obstructing your gut. Even if you don't, you need to find the reason. Sensible people -- even physicians -- don't buy "stress" as an easy answer. "eustress" is good -- it motivates you to excel. "distress" means you're helpless / feel helpless; if you're in an abusive situation, your physician can perhaps help u escape;are you so strung out you can't eat? ...Read more
My HDL & LDL are good but triglycerides are 220. What should I do to lower them besides taking omega 3-6-9 & garlic supplements?
Watch carbs: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain and triglycerides. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. Eat a rainbow of organic vegetables and 3-4 oz protein with each meal 5 hours apart. ...Read more
After iron supplement course my child's iton level raised for 20.9 to 48, MCV is 75.4, pcv/hct is 33.7 and platelets are 420. ..?
Low MCV: Junior's failure to make a complete hematologic response to iron therapy suggests to me that more is going on. Consider a visit to a hematologist for full evaluation. ...Read more
Adjusted calcium 2.64 nMol/L (2.20-2.60) could this be slightly raised due to ca supplements or should I have a parathyroid hormone blood test?
I think I am having an allergic reaction to floradix liquid iron supplement. I have big raised bumps all over. It started w/ my belly and has spread?
Iron rxn not rare: Allergic reactions to iron are not common but also not rare. They are seen sometimes in primary care practice. The real issue is that you're not likely allergic to iron, as it is an essential mineral and the basis of blood cells. You're likely to be allergic to a filler or buffer agent within the iron formulation. See your PCP for a consultation. ...Read more
ALT is 63, AST normal range. I am obese, high triglycerides, bad eating, and pretty sedentary. Diet and exercise to get levels down? Any supplements you would recommend in addition? I hear the liver is resilient, responds well to lifestyle changes.
Lifestyle changes: Are definitely helpful in reversing "fatty liver" due to obesity. The liver is very resilient, but recover requires major changes, which are often difficult to make and even more difficult to maintain. It requires a great deal of determination and consistency. Medications can be helpful but only along with the necessary lifestyle changes. See: http://helpdoctorwtlosstips. Blogspot. Com/ ...Read more
Raised cholesterol (6.73nmol) LDL (3.6nmol) and triglycerides (3.41nmol), can hydrocortisone 20mg tablets and clobetasol be contributing to increase?
Yes: Please recheck the levels after stopping the meds and or consult the physician who is follow \ing you ...Read more
Will Vitamin A & E supplements (or cod liver oil) help keratosis pilaris? The bumps are barely raised but they cause hundreds of tiny dark spots!
Won't help: I have a couple of physician acquaintances who have this. Nothing works, and they simply don't let it bother them. ...Read more
Will a magnesium supplement higher your serum potassium levels? Renal Wasting of Mg and K. When started Mg serum potassium raised.
Be careful: Taking Mg and K may be dangerous for certain people. If you are going to take these supplements, you need to be careful that your kidney function is normal to begin with and that you do not take too much. It is best to seek your doctor's advice especially as high potassium levels can be dangerous. ...Read more
My t3-72, t4-8.3, tsh-6.22, cholesterol- total-250, hdl-57, ldl-181, vldl-18, tryglycerides-90. Can I be treated without medicine with food supplement?
Advise thyroid and..:
You are hypothyroid; sometimes this can respond to taking iodine and detoxification but taking natural thyroid hormone is a safe ; easy way to feel better. High cholesterol is often due to being hypothyroid so treating your thyroid should lower your cholesterol. Diet, exercise ; supplements can also lower cholesterol
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Yes: Over all triglyceride level could go up. But mcts get metabolized quicker than long chain triglycerides. After metabolism it behaves like carbohydrates. Hence mostly it is not stored in fat cells. ...Read more
Depends on…: What ph you're referring to. Stomach ph is very acidic to help digest foods & kill germs that enter the GI tract. There r concerns that antacids & acid blockers may interfere with these functions. Blood ph ideally stays between 7.35 & 7.45 (slightly basic/alkaline); if it gets too acidic or too alkaline, the body uses many methods to restore normality to prevent damage to vital proteins & enzymes. ...Read more
Yes: Elevated nonfasting triglycerides mean nothing. A nice cheese meal before your blood test will increase triglycerides. If I had elevated fasting triglycerides, i'd up my aerobic fitness program and stop worrying. As a pathologist / lab specialist, I've never had much use for 'treating lab values.' enjoy your cheese. ...Read more
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Yes: But who is really checking for medium chain trig in food are you? Generally dairy products are filled with triglycerides. ...Read more
A dietary supplement, also known as food supplement or nutritional supplement, is a preparation intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, that may be missing or may not be consumed in sufficient quantities in a person's diet. Some countries define dietary supplements as foods, while ...Read more
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