Elevated Triglycerides

How to Lower High Triglyceride Levels: 5 Easy Steps

triglycerides include sugars, other carbohydrates and alcohol. To keep your heart in the healthy zone, you want your triglycerides to be 50-180 mg/DL. What’s also important is that high triglyceride levels are more dangerous for women than for men, so if you are a woman and your triglycerides are elevated

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A Healthy Heart Diet Should Not Include High Fructose Corn Syrup

…alcoholics. * In the liver, high fructose corn syrup is converted into triglycerides, fats that circulate through the blood. Elevated triglycerides are linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Moreover, when triglycerides rise, the level of HDL “good” cholesterol goes down. That’s bad…

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4 Secrets for Preventing Diabetes & Controlling It

…develop diabetes. Another red flag that you could soon develop diabetes is if your HDL “good” cholesterol numbers are down and your triglyceride levels are elevated. Even if you’re in the “diabetes warning zone” you can knock it out, before it develops. Plus, if you already have diabetes, the…

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