What is everyone's A1C?

By HLG01 Latest Reply 2014-05-01 12:11:27 -0500
Started 2010-09-12 16:48:21 -0500

And what dosage of medication/insulin do you take? Anything else you like to share, cholestrol level, bp…and how are you battling them?

119 replies

Traceyrb 2012-07-20 14:13:40 -0500 Report

Before starting on the pump (3.5 months ago) my A1C was 11.9 and now 7.9 so I'm pleased with how much its come down in those 3.5 months. Hoping to be under 7 on my next A1C

medic673b 2011-11-22 00:00:26 -0600 Report

4 months ago A1c was 5.7 my fasting is around 84-90 was taken off of BP meds after 3 months of power walking mon-fri 3-5 miles a day. Sat mountain biking usually 60-70 min I take Sundays off. i have dropped 30 pounds and kept it off since Dx 2 1/2 years ago on pace for losing about 1 pound a week. resting Pulse rate 52-60 i take Metformin 500mg X 2 day. also take 134mg of Fenofibrate every day for cholesterol but in double blind study of type 2 patients if has been shown to improve Kidney function which means lesser chance of kidney failure

medic673b 2011-11-21 23:43:01 -0600 Report

A1c about 4 months ago was 5.7 i take Metformin 500mg x2 a day. Also due to exercising biking 6-10 miles on the weekend and power walking mon-fri doctors took me off BP meds it has been a week and avg BP i 115/72 resting pulse rate 52-60 BPM

jayabee52 2011-06-30 21:39:51 -0500 Report

I just recently found out that in May 2011 my A1c was 5.5! What is more I had done it while having discontinued control of Blood Glucose numbers using any medication. I haven't had an A1c that good since I became a Person with Diabetes in 1995! For me it was a low carb and high protein eating plan.


spiritwalker 2011-06-29 18:28:56 -0500 Report

My last A1C was 6.5. I am a type2 but must take insulin once a day to replace
oral Rx. They have found I have had allergic reactions to eight oral Rx.

rscarder 2011-06-29 16:40:31 -0500 Report

My A1c is 5.7, down from 11.4 8 months ago, my blood glucos is 97, down from 250, I take metformin once a day 500 mg. Cholestrol 131 down from 272, HDL 52 LDL 31 Triclycerites 61 down from 1100. I'm 5'8" and have gone from 220lbs to 157lbs. I now run 4 miles everyday.

ActingANG 2014-05-01 11:59:17 -0500 Report

My A1c is 7.1, just rec'd that number yesterday. In 2012, it was 6.5 and I was put on Metformin. In 2012, a new doctor took me off Metformin. Then, just got my Obamacare a few weeks ago…now I am back.

My blood sugar is still and always normal (131). My cholestrol — not sure the numbers — is normal. My BP, on Metropolol was 141/89 yesterday. I will begin Metformin again today…
And a liver sonogram soon…doctor thinks I have "Fatty Liver".

I was not given any advice to monitor daily. I need to lose weight, for sure, and doctor feels a change of lifestyle will move that A1c to normal readings and reverse Fatty Liver, lower BP.

Anyone else dealt with Fatty Liver?

pkwillhoite 2011-06-29 16:18:41 -0500 Report

My A1C is 6.3 as of last week!! It was 7.6 three months ago and 9.6 sic months ago.. I think to take it down little by little may help me to keep it down in the long run. I take 1000mg of metformin 2 times a day and 2 glyburide 5mg twice a day and Actos 30mg 1 time a day. I dont remember the rest but my dr said I have improved everything since the last visit 3 months ago… I am getting better with every thing little by little…

JoleneAL 2011-06-29 13:01:38 -0500 Report

Not sure what my A1C is right now as my control went out the window and I'm dragging it back in as best as I can. 2000mg of metformin, split dose; 10 units Lantus in evening and Novolog as needed, or 5u 3x daily.

melissa5786 2011-02-20 19:58:52 -0600 Report

My last A1C was 6.9. The highest it's been since I was diagnosed 14 months ago. I take 2 dosages of Humlin 70/30 (one before breakfast and one before bed.) And I cover myself with Humlin Regular when needed.

courtcat79 2011-02-19 20:28:28 -0600 Report

5.2 A1c Cholesterol was 117. BP was 130/80 Currently I'm only on 5 1/2 mgs of Glipizide in the am and 5 mgs at night. 30 mgs of actos at noon

HLG01 2011-02-19 20:23:34 -0600 Report

Hi folks, since I started this thread last year, many have shared their lab results, now it is time for a update! How are you doing now compare to last time you posted? what went right, what went wrong? what you gonna do?

My a1c is still 5.3. My improvement come from cholesterol, from 223 to 179. I will continue to exercise and stay away from saturated fats! lol

angelhart0464 2011-02-19 16:53:36 -0600 Report

my ac1 was 7.1 2 weeks ago and my cholestrol level is 125 now i have type 2 with two meds for that and 2 kinds for cholestrol level and one kind for bp

WendyFR 2011-02-19 15:17:38 -0600 Report

Two years ago I had my 3rd miscarriage and just found out that there is no hope and maybe I should just adopt. I am 37 and I am getting to the stage that it just will not happen for me. I went through a major breakdown and depression, I could no longer control my BS and I seem at that time to maintain it at the 200 to 300 level. I was taking Humilin R U-100, Welchol and metphorim, somekind of cholestrol medication. I felt tired all the time.

Well, I stopped feeling sorry for myself and finally woke up. Well 6 months ago my A1c was 10.4 and now it is 6.4 as of 2/14/2011. My doctor switched my insulin to Humulin R U-500 and made some changes on my pump. I totally did a 360 turn around and started to eat better and fit exercise into my daily life. It was the best Valentines gift ever! My goal is to get my A1c lower of course, but to also change my insulin back to the U-100. Another goal I am proud of is no more oral medication. I'm only taking insulin. YAY! How I battle with my struggles. Well, even though I'm having a bad day, I try my best to have a good day and try not to let it get me down. I have been through the depression and in 24 years for me I'm tired of feeling that way, but that's me.

Jeannie Holmes
Jeannie Holmes 2011-02-20 19:18:11 -0600 Report

Wendy, I'm so sorry you are going thru this. I had 4 miscarriages before I finally got my daughter. It was so hard. No one should have to go thru that! You hang in there girl and work on your goals. You will do it! HUGS

mom of one
mom of one 2011-01-20 22:16:55 -0600 Report

when I was first diagnosed, my A1C was 9.0(Nov.2010)..my A1C is now 7.8 as of Jan. 4, 2011..so not too bad..its coming down and I've lost 22 lbs. MY cholesterol was fine including the HDL and LDL levels. need to get the Triglycerides down, so taking fish oil 2x/daily to help..

mammatamNE 2010-09-28 18:29:43 -0500 Report

My A1C was 9.6 and was up from the last time I had it done. So my Dr. made some changes to my pump,and will send me instructions on what to do in a few days after he gets my sugars.

long timer
long timer 2010-09-28 18:28:57 -0500 Report

My A1C earlier this month was 5.8. I and my doctor are both pleased with that. Have to chalk it up to exercise, a fair diet, checking my blood sugars 6-10 times per day, and the grace of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He keeps me around and holds me up in all I do.

Kelly Preciado
Kelly Preciado 2010-09-27 12:39:56 -0500 Report

My A1C was 8. My doctor wasn't pleased. He put me on metphorim along with the insilin pump. He also put me on the Biggest Loser Diet. Its been two weeks and my sugar levels have been really good. I have had two readings over 140 but under 200. I have had three readings under 80. All the other readings have been between 80 and 120. I am working really hard to keep the levels at this range.

Diabeticifumust 2010-09-27 11:06:03 -0500 Report

At last tick - A1C was 8.9 - my doctor is not pleased. Change of medications to include short acting Insulin - follow up on 10/13. Hope to have better numbers overall - I've had A1C as low as 6 and as high as 10. Working back towards 6 and trying to keep it there. I can always start but sticking to it becomes burdensome.

marla50 2010-09-26 17:06:10 -0500 Report

my a1c is 8.8,my cholestrol is 199. I've been a juvenial daibetic for 44 years. I use humulog and lantus. I just started seeing an endo. And we are looking at getting me on the pump. I'm having alot of trouble with my right eye. I've had my first laser surgery and will have my second in nov. Right now it is all blurry and is really scaring me. I've had 2 heart attacks and also have neuropathy. Does anyone have any input on the pump?

saifiameem 2010-09-26 15:27:53 -0500 Report

My AIC when last tested six months back was 8.1.I was using tab. at that time .Now am on insuline.Daily i take 24 units.HDL & LDL cholestrol are normal.BP arround normal.Am worried more about my sugar levels and have neuropathy.

Zolar1 2010-09-23 23:03:33 -0500 Report

At time of my Dx on Nov 2009, I was 6.8
About 5 weeks later, it was 5.7
3 months later it was 5.8 (darned fish fry's during Easter)

My last a1c was at the end of July 2010, and was 5.3 & that was WITH spikes into the 200+ range too!

ALL of that without a single medication whatsoever!
Diet, exercise, and lots of water are the key. LOTS of water…

Note: water dilutes blood sugar. It takes 6 molecules of water to move one molecule of glucose in your body.

I followed my own diet. I let my glucose meter be my 'food boss'.
No popular diet and exercise plan can give you the results you need. Only the meter can do that, with some willpower. I can use this same system to lose up to 5 pounds of body weight in a single night, and I only weigh in the mid to upper 130 pound range for someone 5' 5" tall. I lost over 12" in my waistline.
Now, I can eat 11 slices of a large pepperoni pizza, and lose the weight within 1 & 1/2 days' time. I just don't do it often.

I also found out that Ovaltine chocolate milk powder jacks my blood sugars sky high, but a regular can of Pepsi doesn't… go figure?

I skipped the pills and went straight to Humalog pen as per my request. Had too much trouble getting blood sugars back down to safe levels due to the heat.

It does help keep spikes under control most of the time.

I did notice that eating, even with insulin, then taking a nap afterward is a BAD idea. Blood sugars are far too high.

Now, if I take my shot, then eat, then wait about 1/2 hour or so and begin walking for 20-30 minutes, my 2 hour post is typically quite good.

So, the key is to exercise and drink 1-2 quarts of water after eating. It helps the insulin work better.

Once I learn how my body reacts to the environment, food, and lifestyle, I will be able to get my a1c down to between 4 and 5.

My personal goal is 5.0 or slightly less.

I track my blood sugars on sugarstats if you want to look.

Lipid profile: I used the same food boss to get my lipid profile into the preferred range.

Blood pressure? Well, I can get that anywhere I want it too.
I got it as low as 80/48, but the doctor wasn't happy about it. I told her that all the charts I saw said to get it under 100. So I did. She laughed and said NOOO! That number is for the bottom number, not the top number! So, I raised it back up to around 110/64. It's not hard to do if you are very diligent about your health. Eat as low carb as possible, NO SALT AT ALL, exercise daily, and get your weight down into the middle of your normal weight range.
And of course, stress reduction and vitamins are helpful.

Soon, your blood pressure should drop like a rock, unless you have other problems.

About insulin and medications: be aware they can make you FAT in a hurry.
Don't be an 'insulin junkie' - ya know, someone with a 2L of sugary soft drink in one hand and a handful of insulin filled syringes in the other.

Any time you can use insulin instead of oral meds, DO SO. Talk to your doctor.
The shots don't hurt. The finger pricks DO.

The oral meds mess with your liver, and can have repercussions 20 years later.
Most oral meds won't give you the control over your affliction as well as insulin can. Of course, it depends on the person.

For those of you with an A1C that is above 6.0 for a year or more - talk to your doctor about getting Lantus. If already on Lantus or similar, you need to raise your dosage a bit. And definitely get some insulin. You have to test like this too:

1st thing when you get up (then eat right away)
2 hours post meal
right before each meal or snack
2 hours later
at bedtime

If you really want to be a stickler about your health, do an experiment.

Eat something, then check blood sugars every 10 minutes for at least 2-4 hours.
You can see how long your body takes to bring blood sugars back down.
This only applies to type 2 diabetics.

Once you establish the RATE of reduction, you can plan meals more efficiently.

Be aware that Dreamfields Pasta can raise blood sugars from 4 to a whopping 12 hours after eating!

Want to get even better blood sugar control? Eat some fatty beef or sausage with your carbs. It slows the carb absorption. I went nearly carb free and ate lots of fatty beef & sausage for months. My a1c dropped like a rock, and so did my bad cholesterol. Only way to raise good cholesterol is to exercise as much as possible.

About carbs: Carbs are the enemy, not fat. The food pyramid is upside down for the most part. Eat a Paleo diet and see what happens.

I would write more, but have to get to bed here in a few minutes.

If you have any direct questions for me, feel free to email me or message me in my inbox here.

Zolar1 2011-02-19 23:22:43 -0600 Report

I recently went back to my pre-diabetic lifestyle. I gained 25 pounds in a month.
My blood pressure went up 50%, and I expect my next A1C to be 20% higher here in 3 weeks.

So, I now know both directions of what food does.

High FAT & protein with very low carbs = a VERY VERY healthy body.

High carbs with low fat & protein = a VERY unhealthy body.

Eventually, when I get time, I will create the ideal food pyramids. One for non diabetics, and one for diabetics.

Anyone can eat the diabetic one…

tina81 2010-09-22 06:06:05 -0500 Report

last time my A1C was checked it was about a 8 to a 9 but that was good considering it was a 13 to 15 about a couple years or longer back I am going to the dr today to find out what it is now… I havnt been to the Dr. in about 2 to 4 years now since I didnt have medical card. Now i got it back i am getting myself back on track.. i will keep you all posted please help with anything you can.

Kelly Preciado
Kelly Preciado 2010-09-22 09:06:53 -0500 Report

My doctor suggest I follow the Biggest Loser Diet and Cookbook. I am just a few pounds overweight…something like 15 pounds. He said it was the healthiest diet plan to follow. Only its a life style change. I am type 1 and use an insulin pump and take pills. I started using the cookbook and the pills at the same time, about a week ago. Since then I have had trouble going low. I am rarely over 140. Mostly the level is in the 80's. But I have had too many lows now. So my advise is to try the diet. The cookbook has some wonderful tips and recipes. Plus keep a close eye on your sugar levels. I am not good at treating the lows. I tend to over treat because I get inpatient to get it up to normal.

annecky98 2010-09-21 10:24:16 -0500 Report

Was diagnosed as Type 2 in July. At that time, my A1C was 6.2 and my Triglycerides were 606. I was put on Fenoglide and told to get a glucose meter and check first thing in the morning (fasting) and then 2 hrs after meals. In the two months I've tested, my fasting range is generally 90-109 and after meals anywhere from 92-127. I had lost 31lbs on my own prior to diagnosis, but since I've been diagnosed, I've been so concentrated on my diet and glucose that I haven't lost anymore. Yesterday, my glucose jumped to 185 and today it has been 145 so far. Haven't changed anything and don't understand this. I'm considering Dr. Bernstein's low carb plan, as I was a carb junky before and think this might jump-start the weight loss again. Any suggestions will be appreciated!

bachicho46 2010-09-21 22:38:56 -0500 Report

I was diagnosed t2 I do the same tingh chek before eating and two hours after I have this under control for last 3 years but this July star have problems with my right eye even if I have my bg under control.Dr doesent know why but I lose my vision on my right eye and get consern now on my left.

sisson 2010-09-21 00:22:38 -0500 Report

I which I knew what everyone was talking about because I don't understand what numbers you are all talking about I do know that A1C means all you blood work but what test are they. What to they consist of besided just the bs leaveles.

jayabee52 2010-09-21 00:44:06 -0500 Report

Hemoglobin A1c is a blood test which gives you a 3 month average of your BG#s for 3 months. It is a test that your Doc should do every 3 to 6 months to tell how you're doing with managing your DM.

etedmusa 2010-09-20 14:00:58 -0500 Report

Hi Everyone. My last A1C test results were on May 12th of this year. The results were 5.4. My doctor said to stop taking my medication (Januvia 50 mg.) and see how it goes without the Januvia. My morning BG readings now are in the mid 80's and two hours after meals are usually in the mid 80's. I'm counting my blessings! Something more to be grateful for!

MewElla 2011-01-02 13:36:18 -0600 Report

Wow, that is amazing. Keep up the good work..I started at A1C 8.3, currently at A1C 6…Very pleased I am dropping, no meds, diet and excercise.

greeneyedghost 2010-09-19 20:14:45 -0500 Report

Howdy all I know and don't. Been a pretty good while since Ive been here. Ive been so busy with my children, surgery, etc etc etc I just got my results of my newest A1C on Sept. 16,2010 which was 6.2… doc and I are so surprised cuz of having my surgery since last tests and I was given loadssssssss of steroids during and after my surgery to help with the type of surgery it was. BP is alllllllways lowww.. today it was 91/71 and heart rate is always high even at rest and at rest it was 109 at that time which is purty low… lol. I hope all those Ive met here are doing well and pray that all newbies and everyone are doing great with their diabetes and care. Take care all AND…


seeyuns, nIcKi

Chrissy6341 2010-09-18 19:27:20 -0500 Report

My A1C was 8.0 in August. My total cholesterol was 208, my HDL was 30 and my LDL was 6.9. My Triglycerides were 735. My glucose fasting was 179. I am on Tricor 145 mg at nite, Janumet 50/500-1 pill in the am and 1/2 in the pm. They started me with 1 pill both am & pm and I had a reaction to it, so they reduced it and we are slowly working our way up to 2 pills a day. I am also on 3 blood pressure meds for my hypertension. 1 of which they increased Coreg CR to 20 mg a day from 10mg a day after getting my test results. I am on prescription prilosec for stomach issues and percosets & muscle relaxers for pain. My blood sugars run anywhere from 87 too 208. I lost 18 lbs the 1st 3 weeks. I watch what I eat, I am planning on joining a gym that has a pool because of several orthopedic problems.

Chrissy6341 2010-09-18 21:18:27 -0500 Report

I have a question also and am not sure if anyone would know about this. Back in Oct last year I was hospitalized for a week. I had an allergic reaction to 1 of my bp meds. But I was also told that they found something wrong with my adrenal gland. How, if it does, does this work with diabetes? I don't see an endo till the 28th and am just curious. I'm still trying to absorb everything and it is so difficult at times.

Beerlilly 2010-09-18 18:20:11 -0500 Report

I have not gotten my A1c checked since August but at that time it was 10.8; the medication that I'm taking is called Janumet and the dosage is 50/500; and believe it or not the last time that I got my blood pressure was 120/72.

Saundra Gross
Saundra Gross 2010-09-18 07:50:54 -0500 Report

My A1C is 5.9-6.0 most of the time. My blood sugars run 90-120 most of the time and I use Lantus now 20 mg and that seems to work. I check packages and try to buy stuff containing 5 or less of sugar

jayabee52 2010-09-16 19:19:36 -0500 Report

My most recent HbA1c is 6.9 on 9/7/10. That is up from 6.1 on 4/14/10.

I am using Novolin NPH insulin, 17u in AM and 15u at bedtime.

I didn't know Dr had scheduled an A1c cause I was told I didn't need to fast. But as I recollect previously fasting was required for an A1c blood draw.

Anyway I gotta get those # going in the right direction!

OMG-T2 2010-09-16 15:32:20 -0500 Report

As of 8/27/10, my A1C was 5.9 and I was taken off of the Amaryl I had been taking. Still on Metformin 2X a day - 1000 mg each. BG is a bit higher than it had been on the Amaryl, but I guess my PA feels it should be livable for now. I have lost about 70 lbs since the first of the year, my BP, triglycerides and cholesterol levels are all really good too, though I can't recall them specifically at this moment.

Now, if I could only figure out what is otherwise ailing me!

Patty johnson
Patty johnson 2010-09-16 07:51:37 -0500 Report

My 6 month check shows I am at 5! I was 14 (2/22/10), 8 in May. i am sooooo happy over this!

Grandmapudgie 2010-09-15 21:42:33 -0500 Report

My A1C came down from 7.8 to 6.3 as of last thursday. Fasting sugar has been between 68 and 85 for past two months. Have lost 20 pounds since April. Working out on treadmill three times per week for last two weeks since I got the machine.
Taking Glipizide 10 mg twice daily and Glucose Essentials from Dr. Whitaker three times daily.

Pynetree 2010-09-18 08:48:51 -0500 Report

Oh Grandmapudgie, (love the name..BTW) You go girl! I'm jealous…wish I could walk more …so need to lose weight. Have a treadmill..havent seen it in awhile…folded up and blocked in by dog crate! great #'s. I'm curious about Glucose Essentials???

mas14years 2010-09-15 21:32:39 -0500 Report

I am embarassed to type this, but to no fault of my own my a1c is 17.3. I just started back on my insulin pump and am working harder than I ever have. I will come back in 6 months to this blog and I promise it will be under 10 for the first time in 14 years.

Pynetree 2010-09-18 08:52:10 -0500 Report

That's what this Diabetes does…it takes control sometimes and despite our best efforts runs amuck…but you just have to work extra hard…be strong…I know you'll master this!

Dirtyred59 2010-09-15 20:24:28 -0500 Report

I am taking metaformin 2 tabs at breakfast and 2 at dinner, it's hard for it not to make me sick especially if I am eating a smaller meal than usual. Ay suggestions. They are 500 mg each for now. I have lost 5 lbs in 2 months and now that I am more consistent with walking and working out, I hope to lose at least another 5 by the appt. the week of Thanksgiving. I have been good about the sweets and things but I just want to ease off so much of the meds for the Type 2 diabetes. Any suggestions/advice is appreciated.

1creekindian 2010-09-15 16:53:38 -0500 Report

hello, new to the sight, just wanted to see what it was all about.
my A1C, this time was high around 9.6, my doctor increased my glyburide from 250 mg, to 500 mig. 2 x dailey, my test strips before the increasing was running between 115 to 175, now it has been running 250 to 500, I'm beginning to wonder if something is wrong with my tester?, after he changed my meds, I changed my diet, very low sugar, very lite meals, this has not changed my test results, this time my doc added Junuvea(sp), and it helped a little with test results, this is from the samples he gave me, so I went to have the prescription filled and even with my insurance the cost was over 200.00 which I cannot afford, so now what? I would like for him to put me back to my regular dosage to see if that will help to bring it down now that I'm trying to watch what and how much I eat. by the way I'm a over the road truck driver, and if I have to go on insulin, I will lose my job, hince lose my insurance. hince no meds ? IF any of you can help me out with some info I would appreciate it. also someone sent me a web site about a book from a doctor Whitaker, about Seven Deadly Diabetes Lies, I just didn't want to pay 60.00 for a book that wouldn't give me real information. example of what I eat a day, breakfast, 2 cans v-8, 2 cups dry ceral, either frosted sheredded wheat, or regular or honey cheerios, some type of fruite. lunch (maybe, maybe not), dinner either a salad, or one of those cambels completes, and maybe a handful of those flvored rice cakes in a bag. I haven't gained any weight during my 3 years of driving, but I haven't lost any either, (no time for excercise, while driving I will do like stomach crunches, where I lift my legs up and down, or i'll run in place. I know that isn't good enough, but don't have time to stop, I drive with my husband, so we are on the go like 24 7

thanks again

Jeannette f1
Jeannette f1 2010-09-15 12:59:08 -0500 Report

I just found out that I am a Diabetic A12 7.2 Cholesterol 304,triglycerides187 LDL 216 HDLC 6.0 My BS runs 118-174 after I take Metformin 1 time a dayLovastatin Lisinopril High bood presure I wondering about AST 48 ALT 84 can ther be other problem? and what levels should BS be at before you call a dotor Only been taking medication for 4 days

Pynetree 2010-09-15 10:39:10 -0500 Report

My last A1C was 6.4, down from 7.0 6mos. ago, and 7.4 before that. After 5 yrs of it being under 6.0; it started climbing last October. Endocrinologist increased Metformin, last March, from 500 mg. twice a day to 750 mg. twice a day. But it had very little effect. Then I got an abcess on side, short story, Dr. put me on ever increasing antibiotics. Well antibiotics didn't heal abcess, but by BG went right down to my former zone. SoI think my body had some inflamation going on since October, that the Rx Antibiotic worked on! So hope I can stay at 6.0 or lower.

retta 1
retta 1 2010-09-15 07:33:18 -0500 Report

i would like to ask a question.maybe not the right place for it but here goes.i have a freestyle mini,how do i figure the 14 day average.any help will be appreciated thanks to all

greeneyedghost 2010-09-21 22:05:28 -0500 Report

If it's the newest one, it should do it and show it for u … just as it turns on without using a strip. sorry if Im wrong, but that's what I know most do now.

Pynetree 2010-09-15 10:49:26 -0500 Report

do you have an 800 phone number on back of meter? If you can get customer service, they can talk you through it.

SkipT 2010-09-14 21:14:53 -0500 Report

My last A1C was 5.5. I have been med free for over two years now. I follow the Bernstein program an it has been quite the success for me. My cholesterol is 162. My triglycerides are 37! Lost 70 lbs on the program and have successfully kept 60 of it off for the last three years. Blood pressure is 120/72. Not bad for a 62 year old man.

Pynetree 2010-09-15 10:21:06 -0500 Report

Wow, Skip nice job! I am not familiar with "Berstein Program", is it a diet plan?