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StefanPetur
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What food contributes to most cholesterol build up in Type A nonnies ?
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Not food in general - but stress, bad habits like not enough sleep, not enough exercise -smoking etc -is really bad news..
https://chriskresser.com/the-diet-heart-myth-cholesterol-and-saturated-fat-are-not-the-enemy/


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Quoted from StefanPetur
What food contributes to most cholesterol build up in Type A nonnies ?
What is "cholesterol build up"?



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Sorry my english could be betteršŸ˜Š

I am talking about increase in bad cholesterol
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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
Not food in general - but stress, bad habits like not enough sleep, not enough exercise -smoking etc -is really bad news..
https://chriskresser.com/the-diet-heart-myth-cholesterol-and-saturated-fat-are-not-the-enemy/
Great article, HBS!
Of course it answers the question behind the OP question.
He's asking WHICH dietary items (?) cause elevation of serum cholesterol in A nonnies.
He's not asking WHETHER diet affects cholesterol or all, or, if so, precisely HOW. Nor is he asking how that "cholesterol level" is measured. Which aspects of total cholesterol, for instance...
A massive collection of questions there.

And once they're all answered, the obvious question remains: So What?
What does an elevation in cholesterol actually signify?
No one has effectively proven that cholesterol correlates to coronary heart disease, which is supposedly the whole reason we've all had our "cholesterol levels" "checked"...
But, here on this thread, no one is asking whether cholesterol level correlates to any health outcome for any individual, let alone "all human beings", either.

So, the linked article is overkill, but plenty comprehensive, and
I thank you, friend, for it. I bookmarked it.  




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Quoted from san j
Great article, HBS!
Of course it answers the question behind the OP question.
He's asking WHICH dietary items (?) cause elevation of serum cholesterol in A nonnies.
He's not asking WHETHER diet affects cholesterol or all, or, if so, precisely HOW. Nor is he asking how that "cholesterol level" is measured. Which aspects of total cholesterol, for instance...
A massive collection of questions there.

And once they're all answered, the obvious question remains: So What?
What does an elevation in cholesterol actually signify?
No one has effectively proven that cholesterol correlates to coronary heart disease, which is supposedly the whole reason we've all had our "cholesterol levels" "checked"...
But, here on this thread, no one is asking whether cholesterol level correlates to any health outcome for any individual, let alone "all human beings", either.

So, the linked article is overkill, but plenty comprehensive, and
I thank you, friend, for it. I bookmarked it.  



Was just a little busy so I forgot that it was not that diet related

I still disagree that diet means that much - sure there is a higher risk for AĀ“s if they dont eat proper diet - but cutting massive down on cholesterol = your body just produces more- so I would look at other risk factors as well.




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I might add that the reason i am thinking about this is that i have a long family history of heart deasese in my fathers linage. My father and my grandfather both started to have problems with bad cholesterol and a lot of build up in the coronary arteries  from about 40 years old which resulted in a heart attack for my father 10 years later and a coronary surgery for my grandfather at 54.  They were both smokers but i am not.  I just want to take extra care so i dont end up with a heart attackšŸ˜Š
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Being on the A diet is the best way to start. If you crave fats, try olive oil.
Get some exercise, avoid certain stresses, get enough rest, .....the usual things we should do.
As time goes on, it will get easier to keep the diet.
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...the reason i am thinking about this is that i have a long family history of heart deasese in my fathers linage. My father and my grandfather both started to have problems with bad cholesterol and a lot of build up in the coronary arteries  from about 40 years old ... They were both smokers but i am not.

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Your not having "SMOKING" as a risk factor is statistically significant. You have thereby dodged the bullet more effectively than anything else you could have done. Bravo!



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how about secondhand smoking???


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Any food that promotes inflammation in the body can cause a buildup of plaque and calcifications in the arteries to cause strokes or heart attacks and atherosclerosis.

For me personally, I avoid processed foods which are both sugary and loaded with a  lot of salt and preservatives. Even good carbs like whole grains, beans, and some fruits are not really my best friends. I eat a mostly Paleo diet and have been doing so for almost 2 years now when I found out via testing that I have celiac disease. My blood work is better now than it has been in a while. My HgbA1C was 5.6 and now 5.3 my cholesterol and triglycerides are an impressive 168 and 107. My percent body fat at 21.3%.

I have never felt more healthier in my life than I do now. All this despite eating some avoid foods which include beef although I am allowed lamb, mutton, and venison on my personal SWAMI. When I do have beef it is always grass fed.


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This is a cool link.  The recs at the bottom are prob esp. suited to A's.   Apply the BTD/GTD guidelines to it.

http://drbenkim.com/articles-cholesterol.html
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My Mother, Daddy, Brother all passed away from heart trouble,my sister, and brother died from cancer and I too am trying to stop the trend in our family. I do not smoke,but do have a lot of stress anything stresses me out! My cholesterol has been high , hope I can get off the meds after my test...I been eating fish, vegetables and fruits,and mod active, live on a ranch but it is so cold outside! Tomorrow suppose to be 65, so looking forward to it . There is always something to do around here ,just do it, is the attitude need to get. I really need to get out in the goat patch and   hoe up some stinging weeds and cactus before babies come in March and then April will have some goat milk! I just love milking my goats , last year even milked a dorper ewe for she lost her lamb and her udder was bigger than any milk goat!  Sheep milk taste even better than goat. I see on this diet I am to drink goat milk that is awesome!
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