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His triglycerides levels are above the normal rate, which should be less than 150mg/dl. Triglycerides are stored type of fats which may pose a risk of stroke, heart attack, diabetes and other terminal diseases that my endanger his health (Kohli and Cannon, 2012). His Pattern B LDL need to be reduced as large percentage of Pattern B LDL increases the risk of coronary diseases.
They regulate the amount of cholesterol level, reduces the amount of triglycerides and lipoprotein in the body (Jafri et al., 2009).
CRP can be treated by use of Non-pharmacological methods of reducing CRP or Drug therap. Some of the non-pharmacological methods include aerobic exercises, healthy eating habits, avoiding cigarette smoking among other recommended methods. The drug therapy include the use of Statins,atorvastation, lovastatin.
A high risk of one getting a cardiovascular disease (CVD) in future.
The common side effects of the niacin and statins use include the skin rashes and stomach problems
Elevated homocysteine is associated with the reduced level of vitamin B6, B12 and has been thought to be a risk factor for heart diseases. Elevated homocysteine may speed up atherosclerosis, which is the basic cause for heart attacks, strokes, and intermittent claudication (Duan et al., 2002).
R.M need to reduce the intake of animal proteins, reduce the intake of alcohol and do more exercises
The normal homocysteine level is 0.54-2.3 mg/L
Duan, W., Ladenheim, B., Cutler, R. G., Kruman, I. I., Cadet, J. L., & Mattson, M. P. (2002). Dietary folate deficiency and elevated homocysteine levels endanger dopaminergic neurons in models of Parkinson's disease. Journal of neurochemistry, 80(1), 101-110.
Jafri, H., Karas, R. H., & Kuvin, J. T. (2009). Effects of niacin on LDL particle number. Clinical Lipidology, 4(5), 565-571.
Kohli, P., & Cannon, C. P. (2012). Triglycerides: how much credit do they deserve?. Medical Clinics of North America, 96(1), 39-55.