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AZURELITE Posts: 1,407
11/2/12 9:41 A

WOW! You've made wonderful progress!
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LALA_1012 Posts: 1,364
11/2/12 8:48 A

Congratulations!

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11/2/12 12:16 A

Awesome! These kinds of results are the most important part of our healthy lifestyle changes. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!

LYNNIERN Posts: 7,450
11/2/12 12:15 A

Congratulations on reducing your triglycerides! emoticon

KRISTIN9924 Posts: 952
11/1/12 11:28 P

I got the results of my annual health screening. They do a full blood panel and the only reading that was a borderline risk was my HDL. That level was 44mg/dL, which is in the okay range, but ideally women should have an HDL above 60mg/dL. So I asked what additional steps I could take to get the level higher, since I already exercise, eat good fats and nuts, don't smoke, and am otherwise taking the steps to improve this number. I was told that my total cholesterol is "ridiculously low" (only 123mg/dL) and that it would be very difficult for me to get my HDL much higher than it already is. She said that I should be more concerned with the ratio of LDL to HDL (which is also good) and that I am doing everything right!

Also my triglycerides are down by half from last year!



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