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Does High Cholesterol Cause Tiredness
What causes irregular menstrual cycles, vitamin D deficiency, peripheral neuropathy, gluten intolerance, high cholesterol, fatigue, low BBT?
Menses: There are many causes of irregular menses and you should see a Gynecologist about this. Vitamin D deficiency is unnecessary. Over the counter bottles with 1000 mg daily should be enough. Gluten intolerance is telling you to slow down taking any gluten. High cholesterol can be treated and your doctor will assist you. Fatigue - why? ...Read more
↑ed cholesterol (in blood); a specific fat molecule made by every animal cell on planet, part of every animal cell membrane, enables membrane flexibility, cells to change shape, animals to move. Look it up ("cholesterol molecule" works best) on Google & images. Additionally, for most people Hi-Chol foods ↓es measured LDL particles while ↓Chol foods ↑LDL; driving ...Read more
What causes high cholesterol, irregular menstrual cycles, vitamin D deficiency, peripheral neuropathy, gluten intolerance, fatigue, low BBT?
For the last month I have felt chronic fatigue.Some days, if i don't get a full night's rest, I am nauseous.Had blood test, only high cholesterol. ?
I have severe fatigue, ibs, memory loss, confusion, high white blood cell count, high cholesterol and fever. I'm so tired of being sick and tired.WHY?
A great question but: ...one we couldn't possibly explore with you through this forum nor answer in 400 characters or less--sorry. Please address your question to your provider, who knows you best as well as what tests & drugs have been tried or that may be available to you. Best wishes for your future wellness. ...Read more
Bad dry skin constant kidney stones 80-90% calcium 20-10% uric acid chronic pain hair loss anxiety/panic attacks high cholesterol fatty liver vit d level 11 2 positive ana's headaches bad fatigue ?
What is the question: You need to discuss these labs with the doctor who is evaluating you in the context of your clinical condition. Many of the symptoms you describe may occur for multiple different reasons and this can only be put together meaningfully by a good clinician face to face. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Animal fats: High intake of saturated fat increases cholesterol (from any non-swimming animal: beef, pork, chicken, milk, cream, cheese, pizza et)c. Trans fats are bad as well and these are found in margarines, processed and fast foods (including cookie and baking mixes). Cholesterol intake from eggs and shellfish is a minor cause. Fruit, veggies, unsaturated fats, seeds, nuts, fish, soy are alternatives. ...Read more
↑↑ Sugar/Carb Foods: Avoid all high sugar/carb foods. Replace with ? natural (not processed) fats foods, moderate protein & non-processed very complex carbs, e.g. Broccoli, cauliflower, raw carrots, etc. Avoid potatoes, grains ground into flour, most fruits, etc. Get "nmr particle test" (not cholesterol) for correct issues. Study: "how the government makes you fat", "stossel debunking food myths", fatchance.Html, etc. ...Read more