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    Sorry all, it was a typo.

    My BP was 120/78.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenUSA View Post
    Sorry all, it was a typo.

    My BP was 120/78.
    Thank Heavens. Forget my 'restrict salt' comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinau View Post
    Listen man.. What you eat plays a significant role in your cholesterol levels. Eating foods with trans fat or high levels of saturated fat can increase “bad” LDL cholesterol. Foods high in saturated fat include red meat, dairy products, chocolate, and processed foods made with cocoa butter, palm oil, or coconut oil. High levels of dietary cholesterol, found only in foods made from animal sources such as meat and dairy, can also raise your bad cholesterol level. Eating too many calories, in general, can elevate triglycerides.
    Quote Originally Posted by martinau View Post
    Listen ... What you eat plays a significant role in your cholesterol levels. Eating foods with trans fat or high levels of saturated fat can increase “bad” LDL cholesterol. Foods high in saturated fat include red meat, dairy products, chocolate, and processed foods made with cocoa butter, palm oil, or coconut oil. High levels of dietary cholesterol, found only in foods made from animal sources such as meat and dairy, can also raise your bad cholesterol level. Eating too many calories, in general, can elevate triglycerides.
    You need a better source of information. Everything you say here is incorrect.

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