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Will Eating Red Meat Affect My Cholesterol Test
Elevated cholesterol: Red Meat is not necessarily bad for you. You can avoid other sources of fat to control your cholesterol.. You should avoid fried foods such as fried fish or deep fried breaded chicken. . It is okay to have Red meat twice a week providing it is lean in the form of fillet or London Broil . You should always boil or broil your meets. Avoid sweets which are high in sugar and fats. . ...Read more
My cholesterol was 214 Hdl 62 LDL 102 triglerides was 247 on organic diet with no red meat. Pa says need to b on Crestor (rosuvastatin) is this bad #s an need medic?
? Poor specimen : I suspect this represents poor specimen collection the lab should be able to comment n this. ...Read more
What cause excessive flakes on scalp and hair loss after eating red meat milk and diary products.My food allergy and intolerance test was negative ...
What cause flaky scalp and hair loss rapidly after eating red meat diary products legumes fruits nuts.Food allergy and intolerance test was negative.
Flaky Scalp: The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of flaky scalp. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms. Seborrheic dermatitis, dry skin, seasonal changes, winter, cold weather, fungal infection of the hair shaft. Hair loss is most likely a telogen effluvium where the hair starts to shed. Treatment is b12 injections every month. ...Read more
My doctor tells me I am animic again. Have had all major tests. I am worried this will effect my heart. I eat red meat not to many veggies. Concerned.
No relation: Red meat diet and anemia are not a risk factors for heart problems. If you already have heart problems, like coronary artery disease, anemia could increase the symptoms and worse the condition by decreasing o2 transport capacity and increasing the demand of o2. Too much red meat suggested as risk factor for colon cancer. Try to eat mire fish and more veggies. Continue your doctor tx for anemia. ...Read more
Blood test said I had high uric acid. I was told come back after 3 months for blood test (no alcohol or red meat). Will one night out affect it much?
Sorry: Once a gout attack is triggered, it is difficult to stop. High uric acid levels do not correlate perfectly with risk of experiencing a gouty joint. If a night out triggers gout, most patients would agree that it was not worth it. However, if it does not, most patients will agree that it was worth it. ...Read more
My blood test showed anemia but after 6mths daily iron tablets no change. I regularly eat red meat, green veg etc & on the pill. What could cause this?
Need more info: What was your hemoglobin at the beginning and end of six months? How much iron did you take? Could it be that you are losing blood in the stomach or intestine? Could it be that your anemia is not due to iron deficiency? Could you have thalassemia trait that looks like iron deficiency? It would be prudent to discuss all of this with your doctor. ...Read more
When i eat vegetables, fruits , milk, legumes and red meat.I get itchy flaky scalp and hair loss just after 30 my allergy test is negative.What cause it?
Makes no sense: I'd greatly doubt that these events are related. You may be better off getting patch testing for a contact allergy then to foods , airborne allergens etc. Consult a dermatologist. ...Read more
Yes because Estimate: Cholesterol: a fat molecule made by every animal cell. Promoted as a way to guess at LDL particle concentrations. Not eating critical to ? ingested fats being carried in all the lipoprotein particles. But LDL particles carry 3to6, 000 fat molecules/particle ; cholesterol contents vary widely. Ldl-c is not ldl, is only estimated (t. Chol. - hdl-c - 1/5 triglycerides) ; low correlation with LDL conc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Might eating something high in sugar (such as a donut) before taking a cholesterol test affect the outcome?
Disaster: It would probably blow it through the roof and completely invalidate your results. Really. ...Read more
I had my cholesterol test in February, Little high,Ive changed my eating and lifestyle and want to know if four months is long enough to see a change?
Yes: It is reasonable to recheck your lipids. ...Read more
I should have said: may I drink black decaffienated tea before a cholesterol test? I omitted the "black." I don't drink herbal teas.
Black tea/ cholester: i usually tell people just to have water ( 8 to 16 oz) so they are hydrated before a cholesterol exam, There seems to be some mild evidence that chronic intake of green/black tea can lower LDL cholesterol after 12 weeks ,so there may be a small impact , with resulting lower cholesterol. http://www.webmd.com/cholesterol-management/news/20030623/tea-extract-can-lower-cholesterol ...Read more
Cholesterol test: You can drink water before the test. ...Read more
Hi my mom is going to take a cholesterol test tomorrow. Should she fast, if so how many hours? She didn't ask the dr. Thank you
12 hours: It is good to fast for 12 hours before the test. If she is on medication, she should take the medication and drink water as needed. ...Read more
Did a cholesterol test & i don't know how to read it & total 144, HDL 35, total/hdl ratio 4.1 is this normal, high or low & BP 120/78?
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