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Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community Prediabetes Low carb diet with high cholesterol Hi I want to try the low carb high fat diet as I'm pre-diabetic. I also have high cholesterol being controlled with medication 5.5 latest test. Is it safe? Hi I want to try the low carb high fat diet as I'm pre-diabetic. I also have high cholesterol being controlled with medication 5.5 latest test. Is it safe? Many people say that their cholesterol readings improve with lchf. It is a myth that eating fat raises cholesterol and anyway your own body produces the majority of it. Yes it's safe. So far as your cholesterol levels are concerned, low carbing is fine .. check the numbers in my sig block below for an indication. Other than that, you have certainly made a good move coming here. Since joining this forum, the folks here have given me so much info, advice and support that I am now much more confident about the journey ahead. So ask your questions and be assured that you will receive the answers that you need. It can all seem uphill to start with but, in my experience, it gets easier .. very quickly. You have alre Continue reading >>

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    Borderline Pre Diabetic with high Cholesterol values and Triglycerides seek advise

    Ages mid 40s, athletic build, 5'7, 144, workout 2-3x a week.
    Symptoms: body itch, arms underarms, sides of body and especially ankle below and foot
    After any meal or drink (soda type non carbonated but sugar) cause itch to manifest itself for about 1hr and then slowly disappear - is the drink the one that cause the itch (fructose?) and how can I stop this? On top of that any meals I take especially if it is carbs my stomach will bloat to about 2-3x the size and then go down about 1-2 hrs later on. Also get breathless after any meals strangely. I have been to several doctor (MRI scans, device into throat to test for PH etc and a few dozen others all appearing normal) and was told I was pre-diabetic but numbers from charts are borderline. Yes I am doing what I can to get back to normal.. but it is not easy. I am not sure why the doctors all said I am ok when the itch I get is so intense sometimes and dryness of skin and mouth and urination?? I take 1000mg Krill Oil, Alpha Lipoic acid, fish oil, multi vits, Vit E, b12 10000mg, and a dozen of vitamins etc.. which I hate taking.. I take albuterol and advair for the breathlessness which helps a lot. Which I hope it can also stop.
    Cholesterol 229
    Triglyceride 155
    LDL Cholesterol 149
    Uric Acid 8.4
    A1c 6.2
    Blood Sugar Self test: 110-140 sometimes, low once at 60 and once at 160 happened only once in 3 months.
    Is there anything else I can do to get better? I was taking the allupurinol and cholesterol meds but stopped due to the intense itch. Should I continue take the cholesterol meds (which is like Red Rice Yeast) at least? Does cholesterol affect A1c values, vice versa?

  2. Willow593

    Have your kidneys been checked? Are you spilling any protein? Problems with kidneys can cause intense itching. Have you tried taking a antihistamine for the itching?
    If you feel the itching is from the soda you are drinking then stop drinking it to see if that helps.
    As for the bloating, it may be the type of carbs you are eating that is causing the bloat. All simple sugar foods should be eliminated, such as cookies, cake, candy, white bread, etc. Worth a try.
    Have you been given a Pulmonary Function test to see if there is a reason for the breathlessness? Taking albuterol and advair without a clear diagnoses is not a good thing.
    Taking cholesterol meds appears to be a personal choice and that should be between you and your doctor.
    You are on the verge of being diagnosed diabetic, I wouldn't take this lightly. Most of us with diabetes had it years before diagnoses so the quicker you work on reducing your A1c the better off you will be in the long run.

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD I would read the side affects of the med you are on for breathing. It seems it could have some of the reason you may have issues. To me prediabetes means your there, one to many carbs and your over the top. Some thing cholesterol meds increase bg so who knows. I am and have been full blown type 2 for 33 yrs and never get the itch you describe to it may have nothing to do with diabetes. Actually 6.2 shows its time to make changes in diet what foods do you actually eat.

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FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d... Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2O6rsdo The carb cycling diet is one of my favorite diets because it is one of the fastest way to burn fat while retaining as much muscle as possible. Most people don't know that carb cycling is actually a form of ketogenic dieting. The ketogenic diet is a diet that is lower in carbohydrates, which makes our body convert more dietary fat and body fat in to keytones in the liver. Which it then goes on to use for energy. Like I've said in many of my videos the human body prefers to use carbs as its primary source of energy. You're body won't produce too many keytones on a high carbohydrate diet, because your body won't need extra energy from fat due to the fact that its getting its energy from the more preferred carbohydrates. The only way for our body to use more fat for energy is by not having its preferred source there all the time. Eliminating carbs completely, however can have many drawbacks on our health and well being. Protein, carbs, and fats are all important and necessary for our body. So in comes the cyclical ketogenic diet aka carb cycling and also known originally as the a

Diet And Cholesterol

Cholesterol levels are used as a marker of heart risk and dietary changes can lead to a significance improvement in cholesterol levels and your risk of heart disease. Research shows that people with diabetes face a higher risk of developing heart disease. Despite there being a large amount of research into diet and cholesterol, there are still a lot of misconceptions within the media and even sometimes within the advice provided by healthcare professionals. How cholesterol affects diabetes Fat and cholesterol It was once widely believed that eating fat directly resulted in poor cholesterol results and a higher risk of heart disease. Research has since shown this to be far too generalised an assertion. What is true is that having a high calorie diet, without sufficient exercise, will lead to poorer cholesterol results and a higher risk of heart disease. Fat, however, should not be singled out as the nutrient to blame as any high calorie diet, be it high in fat or high in carbohydrate can lead to poorer cholesterol levels. Cut out energy dense processed foods Key to keeping cholesterol levels healthy, as well as improving your overall health, is to ensure your diet does not regularly Continue reading >>

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  1. phillipjko

    Borderline Pre Diabetic with high Cholesterol values and Triglycerides seek advise

    Ages mid 40s, athletic build, 5'7, 144, workout 2-3x a week.
    Symptoms: body itch, arms underarms, sides of body and especially ankle below and foot
    After any meal or drink (soda type non carbonated but sugar) cause itch to manifest itself for about 1hr and then slowly disappear - is the drink the one that cause the itch (fructose?) and how can I stop this? On top of that any meals I take especially if it is carbs my stomach will bloat to about 2-3x the size and then go down about 1-2 hrs later on. Also get breathless after any meals strangely. I have been to several doctor (MRI scans, device into throat to test for PH etc and a few dozen others all appearing normal) and was told I was pre-diabetic but numbers from charts are borderline. Yes I am doing what I can to get back to normal.. but it is not easy. I am not sure why the doctors all said I am ok when the itch I get is so intense sometimes and dryness of skin and mouth and urination?? I take 1000mg Krill Oil, Alpha Lipoic acid, fish oil, multi vits, Vit E, b12 10000mg, and a dozen of vitamins etc.. which I hate taking.. I take albuterol and advair for the breathlessness which helps a lot. Which I hope it can also stop.
    Cholesterol 229
    Triglyceride 155
    LDL Cholesterol 149
    Uric Acid 8.4
    A1c 6.2
    Blood Sugar Self test: 110-140 sometimes, low once at 60 and once at 160 happened only once in 3 months.
    Is there anything else I can do to get better? I was taking the allupurinol and cholesterol meds but stopped due to the intense itch. Should I continue take the cholesterol meds (which is like Red Rice Yeast) at least? Does cholesterol affect A1c values, vice versa?

  2. Willow593

    Have your kidneys been checked? Are you spilling any protein? Problems with kidneys can cause intense itching. Have you tried taking a antihistamine for the itching?
    If you feel the itching is from the soda you are drinking then stop drinking it to see if that helps.
    As for the bloating, it may be the type of carbs you are eating that is causing the bloat. All simple sugar foods should be eliminated, such as cookies, cake, candy, white bread, etc. Worth a try.
    Have you been given a Pulmonary Function test to see if there is a reason for the breathlessness? Taking albuterol and advair without a clear diagnoses is not a good thing.
    Taking cholesterol meds appears to be a personal choice and that should be between you and your doctor.
    You are on the verge of being diagnosed diabetic, I wouldn't take this lightly. Most of us with diabetes had it years before diagnoses so the quicker you work on reducing your A1c the better off you will be in the long run.

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD I would read the side affects of the med you are on for breathing. It seems it could have some of the reason you may have issues. To me prediabetes means your there, one to many carbs and your over the top. Some thing cholesterol meds increase bg so who knows. I am and have been full blown type 2 for 33 yrs and never get the itch you describe to it may have nothing to do with diabetes. Actually 6.2 shows its time to make changes in diet what foods do you actually eat.

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4 Tips For Eating Well With High Cholesterol

Here’s some good news: it doesn’t take a huge effort to start making heart-healthy food decisions. Especially when you have diabetes and high cholesterol, watching your diet is critical. There are changes you can make to what you eat every day. We recommend that you talk to a certified diabetes educator or registered dietitian about changing how you eat. They can work with you to create a meal plan that is delicious, flexible (you won’t always be eating the same thing), and healthy—for both your heart and your diabetes. In the meantime, here are 4 tips to help you eat well when you have high cholesterol. Eat More Whole Grains Conveniently enough, many pastas and breads have whole grain versions. The next time you’re shopping, reach for the whole grain pasta instead of the regular pasta. Also, try replacing white rice with brown rice. You could also have whole grain couscous. Eat More Fruits and Veggies We know you’ve heard it before, but it’s true: you should eat your fruits and veggies. All the fiber in fruits and vegetables can help lower your cholesterol, so try to work more of them into your day. For example, you could mix fruit into your yogurt for breakfast. You Continue reading >>

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  1. phillipjko

    Borderline Pre Diabetic with high Cholesterol values and Triglycerides seek advise

    Ages mid 40s, athletic build, 5'7, 144, workout 2-3x a week.
    Symptoms: body itch, arms underarms, sides of body and especially ankle below and foot
    After any meal or drink (soda type non carbonated but sugar) cause itch to manifest itself for about 1hr and then slowly disappear - is the drink the one that cause the itch (fructose?) and how can I stop this? On top of that any meals I take especially if it is carbs my stomach will bloat to about 2-3x the size and then go down about 1-2 hrs later on. Also get breathless after any meals strangely. I have been to several doctor (MRI scans, device into throat to test for PH etc and a few dozen others all appearing normal) and was told I was pre-diabetic but numbers from charts are borderline. Yes I am doing what I can to get back to normal.. but it is not easy. I am not sure why the doctors all said I am ok when the itch I get is so intense sometimes and dryness of skin and mouth and urination?? I take 1000mg Krill Oil, Alpha Lipoic acid, fish oil, multi vits, Vit E, b12 10000mg, and a dozen of vitamins etc.. which I hate taking.. I take albuterol and advair for the breathlessness which helps a lot. Which I hope it can also stop.
    Cholesterol 229
    Triglyceride 155
    LDL Cholesterol 149
    Uric Acid 8.4
    A1c 6.2
    Blood Sugar Self test: 110-140 sometimes, low once at 60 and once at 160 happened only once in 3 months.
    Is there anything else I can do to get better? I was taking the allupurinol and cholesterol meds but stopped due to the intense itch. Should I continue take the cholesterol meds (which is like Red Rice Yeast) at least? Does cholesterol affect A1c values, vice versa?

  2. Willow593

    Have your kidneys been checked? Are you spilling any protein? Problems with kidneys can cause intense itching. Have you tried taking a antihistamine for the itching?
    If you feel the itching is from the soda you are drinking then stop drinking it to see if that helps.
    As for the bloating, it may be the type of carbs you are eating that is causing the bloat. All simple sugar foods should be eliminated, such as cookies, cake, candy, white bread, etc. Worth a try.
    Have you been given a Pulmonary Function test to see if there is a reason for the breathlessness? Taking albuterol and advair without a clear diagnoses is not a good thing.
    Taking cholesterol meds appears to be a personal choice and that should be between you and your doctor.
    You are on the verge of being diagnosed diabetic, I wouldn't take this lightly. Most of us with diabetes had it years before diagnoses so the quicker you work on reducing your A1c the better off you will be in the long run.

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD I would read the side affects of the med you are on for breathing. It seems it could have some of the reason you may have issues. To me prediabetes means your there, one to many carbs and your over the top. Some thing cholesterol meds increase bg so who knows. I am and have been full blown type 2 for 33 yrs and never get the itch you describe to it may have nothing to do with diabetes. Actually 6.2 shows its time to make changes in diet what foods do you actually eat.

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