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shocking cholesterol numbers
An_246701 posted:
When I turned 60 I went for long overdue check up. Nine years overdue to be exact. I thougght I was fine ~ practice yoga everyday ~ eat organic etc. Imagine my surprise when my cholesterol came in at a whopping 444~ Trig 257 ~ HDL 67 LDL 319. I had no idea.. I felt fine.

Less than 2months on 20mg of Lipitor walking and biking couple of miles a day ~ eating no meat , cheese, or eggs my cholesterol is

146 Trig 112 HDL 68 LDL 56

No problems with the Lipitor whatsoever . I feel very lucky and motivated ~ It can be done!
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Congratulations on your new lifestyle! I'm sure you look and feel fantastic.

Many men are unaware that easy screening tests and changes to lifestyle can improve their quality of life and avoid future health problems.

I'm glad you made that doctor's appointment, even if it was 9 years late


p.s. Visit the WebMD Cholesterol Management Health Center for more tips on lifestyle changes.

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