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HELP (Age 30, blood test showed indication of familial hypercholesterolemia) 22 Jan 2023 22:14 #77514

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I'm about to turn 30 and went for a blood test recently. Background: Otherwise physically healthy 30-year-old male with no other known physical conditions (but with Autism Spectrum Disorder). I don't drink or smoke, and I'm about 6'1" at about 190 pounds. I'm not very physically active (especially during Winter).

I'm also not 100% certain on what to make of these blood tests. I know that some people in the community are skeptical of them. I'm trying my best to make the right decision here.

I had a bit of a scare as my cholesterol has never been tested (but my mom encouraged me to go do it because family issues and such).

This was a fasting blood test, and my results for cholesterol were:
Total Cholesterol: 4.97
Triglycerides: 1.30
HDL-Cholesterol: 1.34
LDL-Cholesterol: 3.04
Non-HDL-Cholesterol: 3.63

I received a message stating the results indicate familial hypercholesterolemia, which basically means a much higher risk of heart attacks at young ages (50's).

As for my blood pressure, it still seems to be okay, I've had it down to 124/80 if calm enough, and I also had other things analyzed in the blood test:
Sodium 138 (Normal 135-145)
Potassium 4.0 (Normal 3.5-5.1)
Creatinine 90 (Normal 40-95)

Now, I looked the Cholesterol results up and my levels don't seem particularly awful right now, but presumably this gets worse and with time causes blockages. As I'm sure many people here can appreciate, the last thing I would want to do is resort to Big Pharma medications. 

I haven't tried MMS yet, but I feel like this is the shove I need to go ahead with it. I'm already familiar with distilled water, as I bought a water distiller last month. I began drinking distilled water just last month, as it seemed like a good idea after a lot of research. I know that this is the best water to use for MMS.

My question is if anybody has experience with this issue in particular, or in general if they have used MMS to help them lower their cholesterol, particularly LDL? Or even with the treatment/removal of blockages? I did read through Jim Humble's book a long time ago to get an idea of everything, but I am curious if anybody has any testimonies and/or feels confident that MMS may be able to help me, especially with how early this has been found.

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HELP (Age 30, blood test showed indication of familial hypercholesterolemia) 23 Jan 2023 07:36 #77522

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I'm unsure about the ability of "MMS" to make a difference in genetic disorders.
I haven't read anything about that to date.

I think it might not be able to deal with something that is genetic-based.
That sounds kind of "common sense" to me, but I could be wrong.

Maybe others will have more info.

Although, I am fond of the "Can't Hurt, Might Help" aspects of MMS/CDS.

You might want to (should probably) make sure and eat a good diet.
I have information about the "McVegan Dietary Lifestyle" on my website, link below.

And some people have found some good relief from ASD issues using MMS, too.
(a la Kerri Rivera, et al.)

I thought I replied to you or someone about drinking distilled water, but now
I don't see that. Maybe something happened.

Anyway, I don't think drinking distilled water is a great idea.
It can be dehydrating and also leach vitamins and minerals from your body
due to its purity. So be careful with that.
I've never read anywhere where anyone suggested drinking distilled water.

Jim Humble suggests using STEAM Distilled Water for MMS. (ideally)
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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