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    Default Alkaline Phosphatase, SGPT, HDL levels - baseline?

    Can someone please post the normal ranges (low-normal, normal, and high-normal) of the following for a 25-35yo male:

    Alkaline Phosphatase
    SGPT
    HDL
    Cholesterol

    Also, what is the best way to lower these figures if I determine that my levels are too high? Is supplementation of some sort an option? Diet adjustment? Thanks in advance.


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    By the way, my levels were:

    Alkaline Phosphatase = 131 u/l
    SGPT - 50u/l
    HDL - 42mg/dl

    From what I've been reading, these shouldn't be considered "high" with the fact that I weight train regularly and my values may be high-normal because of that.

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    okay, I'm replying to my own posts - hahah -

    I'm going to go ahead and get some Tyler's from the AF store, and then start taking the ALA I have.

    Should I also add Calcium D Glucurate and N Acetyl Cysteine as well? What about Milk Thistle?

    By the way, I just finished 8 weeks of eq/winny/var, and am now doing test/eq/letro. The values I posted were taken PRE-cycle.

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    anyone?

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    Browndog, calm down....your post isn't even a day old yet. Things tend to move a little slower around here as compared to the high volume boards b/c we don't have a ton of kiddies posting worthless crap. Plus, most of the guys here are senile and take a while to respond. So just give it a little time and our resident experts at reading blood tests such as Wood, get around to this. But by any means, taking ALA and the Tylers are definitive good measures. Look into some old posts by Fonz, etc. about lowering cholesterol levels, I believe he posted a stack before that helps. Take care

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by browndog1:
    okay, I'm replying to my own posts - hahah -

    I'm going to go ahead and get some Tyler's from the AF store, and then start taking the ALA I have.

    Should I also add Calcium D Glucurate and N Acetyl Cysteine as well? What about Milk Thistle?

    By the way, I just finished 8 weeks of eq/winny/var, and am now doing test/eq/letro. The values I posted were taken PRE-cycle.

    ...bd<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    There is a new recommendation to lower the lab values for ALT.

    Tylers has Cal D gluc and NAC. No need for more of either if you are taking enough Tylers. Again other factors can raise your ALT, Alk phos etc.

    Cholesterol on the other hand needs special attention

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    Thanks for the replies fellas.

    I'll go ahead with the Tyler's and not worry about order the other two things separately.

    I believe my cholesterol was in the low 200 range - maybe 220 or so? If I were a betting man, I'd say it's probably higher at this point. I read a post from a while back about Policosanol at 60mg/day and Nicotinic Acid at 500mg/day - are these currently recommended supplements? What about Inositol Hexa-Niacinate?

    Thanks again.

    ...bd

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    oh no.

    The insurance I'm trying to get has ordered another liver panel and blood test to be done, this time with a 12 hour fasting. I told them that I was out of town travelling and wouldn't be able to take the test for a few weeks.

    Should I:
    - stop my test/eq/letro cycle and hit up the Tyler's, Policosanol, and Nicotinic Acid
    - continue my cycle and start hitting the Tyler's, Policosanol, and Nicotinic Acid

    How long is it feasible to wait before my levels get down to normal range? How long will it take to get my cholesterol down a bit from 220 using the Policosanol and Nicotinic Acid?

    Thanks.

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    The values that were slightly out of range before that I'm trying to correct were:

    Alkaline Phosphatase - 131 u/l
    SGPT - 50u/l
    Cholesterol - 229 mg/dl
    HDL - 42mg/dl

    ...bd

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    Can anyone help me out with my last question? It's the 8th post from the top.

    Thanks.

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