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High Triglyceride, Uric acid & Cholesterol

Please helps me.....
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28yrs age, 60kg w, 5.6h slim cool & Tidy, already eating low fat food, mostly Vegetables. This diagnosed few days ago (High Triglyceride, Uric acid & increased Cholesterol) BP Normal. Due to this I Am feeling pain & heaviness in head, feel pain in left side ribs after meal. don't like to do any thing
  iqbal0987 on 2005-03-19
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kuldeep last decade
I am no doctor obviously, but I was just wondering if liver enzymes even come under the scope of homeopathy.

Isnt it a direct effect of how much fat you consume,how much exersise you do et.

Fat consuption - exersise induced metabolism = blood lipid levels.

I would imagine that there is nothing wrong with the body and it is doing everything normally. Is it even plausible that a homeopathy medicine can correct something that is not even a problem.

Reducing saturated fat and doing more exersise is the best way to reduce blood lipid levels.

Just my 2 cents..
unluckyguy last decade
Unfortunately, lipid levels do not always respond to dietary adjustments / restrictions. There are individuals who have genitically abnormal lipid levels; and there are people who have an ideal diet in terms of lipid control, who still have high lipid levels.
Tell us more about yourself, Iqbal - please look at the level of description needed re. your complaints, your temperament, your feelings and concomitants.
Minsa last decade

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