I have Type 2 diabetes and do not want to use statin drugs. What do you recommend instead?
Good to hear from you.
My first question is:
How well controlled is your diabetes?
If well-controlled, your LDL levels should stay at a pretty healthy level.
If not well-controlled, LDL levels rise due to the excess sugars being converted into LDL.
So let me know the answer to that question, and then I can make a more useful recommendation.
I have to try and find the cause of the elevated LDL - not just suggest ways to lower LDL.
Pumping water out of basement with the best pump is not nearly as effective as stopping the incoming water...
[Thanks Ben, It is well-controlled.]
Since the diabetes is well-controlled, working directly with the LDL is what has to happen.
I assume you are eating quite well.
BioLipotrol is a well-researched formula that contains effective ingredients in lowering LDL and helping raise HDL.
Given that BioLipotrol contains natural statins in the form of red ye...