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Is It True That King Crab Legs Have High Cholesterol
↑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
Aged 64yrs male , suffering from high cholesterol, walks and stands too much from 40years, my skin in legs have turned blackish brown.Why ? Treatment?
Venous Insufficiency: You could have venous insufficiency/reflux. This is especially true if you have leg swelling at the end of the day & varicose veins. Your red blood cells get into your fat tissue & the cells that clean them up dissolve the red blood cells except the iron in them causing them to turn brown. Unfortunately there is little to do to reverse but you should be worked up for venous reflux specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother has high cholesterol. She is currently taking statins, but they cause her arms + legs muscle pain. Are there alternate treatments?
Yes, but... : There are alternatives. The question is, what are her risk factors in the first place? If no strong family history of heart disease and she isn't a smoker then Zetia (ezetimibe) or fish oil, even red rice yeast are options. However, for those with heart disease or strong family histories only one class of drug has been shown to result in lower adverse clinical events: statins! If statins needed, try each one! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 110 lbs overweight. I also have a Hashimoto's, high cholesterol,bad knee from a car accident.Am I a good candidate for weight loss sirgery?
Need evaluation: If your thyroid function is normalized with thyroid hormone treatment, you may be a good candidate for surgery - but you might also look for other ways to reduce weight despite your bad knee. Find an activity that you can do and enjoy! If you haven't tried it, swimming might be the best to try. ...Read more
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No: Alcohol in low doses (1 drink per day) can raise the good cholesterol (hdl), and sometimes social drinkers will have high total cholesterol because their good cholesterol is high. If the bad cholesterol (ldl) is ok (under 120 is recommended), there is no problem. Alcohol can and does raise free fat levels in blood (triglycerides) and this is not healthy for the heart or the rest of us. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Skim: Skim milk is fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: The lack of estrogen with menopause causes a number of metabolic changes. These include an elevated total cholesterol, a higher LDL (the bad cholesterol), and a lower HDL (the good cholesterol). Glucose metabolism and Insulin resistance can also change in unfavorable ways. A healthy life style with regular exercise and weight management are the best ways to manage these changes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe indirectly: Smoking marijuana can lead to food cravings in some people. Getting "the munchies" (food cravings) from the marijuana itself or from peer pressure (listening to other smokers who talk about their munchies) can lead to eating more chips, fries, pizza, ice cream, etc..., which can lead to increased LDL cholesterol (the "bad" cholesterol that builds plaques to from blockages in arteries). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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No: Cholesterol is produced by and comes from animals. There are a few plants that have a similar compound to cholesterol, but it is used to treat high cholesterol, as it competes with cholesterol for absorption in the bowel. Spinach (and other dark green leafy vegetables) is high in lutein, which can lower cholesterol levels. The plant nicknamed cholesterol spinach may have higher levels of lutein. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Indirectly: It is not certain that someone with high cholesterol will have high blood pressure. Lots of people have only one, but a majority of those with hypertension will also have high lipids. This is due to the metabolic syndrome and may be mediated by Insulin resistance due to the western diet. In rare cases, the renal artery becomes narrowed from cholesterol leading directly to secondary hypertension. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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