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Niacin and cholesterol

Discussion in 'Men's Health Forum' started by rubisean, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. rubisean

    rubisean Member

    I have bloods on the 20th.
    I had to drop it after two weeks though.
    I will post up if I had any changes with such a short duration
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  2. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Why’d you have to drop it?
  3. rubisean

    rubisean Member

    It elevated my fasting glucose and I was not comfortable with that.
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  4. rpbb

    rpbb Member Supporter

    I take statins, have been for years. They work great, and have been a wonder drug for alot of people. My high cholesterol was genetic, could keep it somewhat in check, but when I popped a 350 while working out 5 days a week and eating clean, made the jump

    BTW, my doctors theory and research says the majority of high cholesterol is genetic. And that's usually the reason you take them for life
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