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Food Sources Of Medium Chain Triglycerides
Many things: Trigylcerides are very amenable to lifestyle changes. Weight loss and exercise will helpt to lower trigylcerides. Certain modifications in your diet can be very helpful as well, such as reduction in simple carbodyrates (candy, sweets, soda, juices, white bread, white rice, pasta). ...Read more
Are crucially important, energy-dense, poorly-water-soluble molecules made of 3 fat molecules attached to a glycerol backbone. They are made by all animals, including humans http://goo. Gl/H7mItd, mostly in the liver, as a way of storing energy & transported within fat carrying proteins (lipoproteins). Production & storage ↑es on sugar/carbohydrate LFHC foods driving ↑ LDL-P & ...Read more
Yes: But who is really checking for medium chain trig in food are you? Generally dairy products are filled with triglycerides. ...Read more
What are Medium chain triglycerides made from? Also, can it be taken with propecia without interaction?
MCT's: Medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) are partially man-made fats. The name refers to the way the carbon atoms are arranged in their chemical structure. MCTs are generally made by processing coconut and palm kernel oils in the laboratory. Usual dietary fats, by comparison, are long-chain triglycerides. Read more at: http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-915-MEDIUM+CHAIN+TRIGLYCERIDES+MCTs. Aspx ...Read more
I have epilepsy. My doctor recommended I try medium chain triglycerides. Does anyone have any experience with this? Pros/cons?
Take your conv. Meds: Take the conventional antiepileptic medications prescribed by your doctor; also take vitamin suplements. Stay away from anecdotal cases that lead to the belief that herbs and over-the- counter medications control seizures. Although we do not have the "magic bullet" for seizure control, the first AED may control >70 of seizures. Follow your md's advice. ...Read more
Wondering what is medium chain triglyceride oil (coconut and palm sourced). Any concern, dosage limit or review on this ingredient please. Thanks?
Usually safe: Although medium chain triglycerides are likely safe for most people, they may trigger certain side effects (such as nausea, stomach upset, gas, diarrhea, and vomiting). Also, regular intake of medium chain triglycerides may lead to the buildup of ketones (compounds produced when the body burns fat for energy) that can be harmful to people with diabetes and liver disease. ...Read more
Can the medium chain triglyceride suspensions of liquid fat soluble vitamins adversely affect health because they are triglycerides?
No.: The amount is very small and is the only way you can absorb fat soluble vitamins by mouth. ...Read more
Do medium chain tryglyceride liquid fat soluble vitamins come in pose threat to blood tryglyceride level?
NO: Medium chain triglycerides are a good source of energy that tend to be rapidly metabolized and the amount in fat soluble vitamins tends to be negligible. The main thing that raises are blood triglyceride levels are excess sugars and starches; your body converts most of the starches it does not need to use right away into triglycerides as a form to store them. See http://bit. Ly/17lh5bm re: mct's. ...Read more
High triglycerides: Triglycerides are made from excess consumed carbohydrates. Basically, when we eat more carbs than our body can use for immediate fuel, than the excess is converted to fat for storage and triglycerides are the intermediate conversion step between carbs and fats. That said lower your carb consumption to less than 35 grams per meal and triglyceride count should go down. ...Read more
Fish oil: Is very effective.Get a more detailed answer ›
Triglycerides: what is the best, natural way I can lower my triglycerides? What foods to eat and what avoid?
Hello, please advise me about reduce triglycerides. What type food or vegetables are helpful and what type of gym. Thanks, reza?
Don't Rx lab value: I'm going to assume this was your fasting triglycerides; levels mean nothing otherwise. Like many other physicians, I doubt the value of treating isolated elevation in triglycerides, but I'd urge you to get back into that intensive aerobic-fitness-focused lifestyle you enjoyed so much as a teen. Do it for your overall health, not just to treat a number. Best wishes. ...Read more
Triglycerides: Triglycerides are about sugars and carbohydrates. It sounds like you are making some assumptions that are fully incorrect. Lowering your triglycerides are done by limiting the carbohydrates and sugars and increasing the protein in your diet. Exercise just makes this even more effective. ...Read more
What not eat: Right question wrong format. The question should be what to avoid. Avoid simple cabohydrates&animal fat consumption. So avoid white breads, white potatoes, white pasata, pastries etc stick with complex cabohydrates such as brown rice, whole wheat pasta, apples, etc. Avoid high glycemic index foods. Redmeat, especially high in fats are to be avoided as well as fried foods. Eat fish esp those w/omega-3. ...Read more
Weight and genes: Fasting triglyceride levels are predominantly determined by liver synthesis and how fast they are cleared from the blood. They are less affected by the amount of fat that is eaten. Liver triglyceride production increases with the usual western carbohydrate-rich diet. But the most important factors are genes and presence of obesity. If obese, weight loss can have dramatic tg lowering effects. ...Read more
I've been told I need to improve my triglycerides and cholesterol levels. Are there any specific foods I should eat more or less of to address this? Food advice to improve levels
Limit your intake: Of red meat and dairy products made with whole milk to reduce your saturated and trans far intake. Choose skim milk, low fat or fat-free dairy products. Limit fried food and use healthy oils in cooking (vegetable oil). To lower triglycerides cut sugar (sweets, desserts, candy, soda pop, syrup, alcohol) and increase fiber. Attain/maintain ideal weight. Exercise nearly daily. Good wishes:) ...Read more
I want to ask that what food we should use when we have a high triglycerides? Does eating fish increase triglycerides volume in body?
Exercise: Whether elevated fasting triglycerides are by themselves a risk factor, or simply your body's way of asking for more exercise, is still debated. Food choices will benefit you less than good overall self care especially at your age. Best wishes, and hit your favorite exercise activity hard. ...Read more
Cholesterol & trigs: You should eat lots of plant-based foods, such as fruits, nonstarchy vegetables, legumes, nuts, and whole grains rich in soluble fiber and monounsaturated fat while limiting foods with high glycemic carbs, cholesterol, saturated and trans fat. Fatty fish rich in omega-3 fatty acid such as salmon can help lower triglycerides. Moderate alcohol may help raise HDL but can also elevate triglycerides. ...Read more
What are triglyceride's? -my doctor called today said they were 150 went up to 186.I don't eat fatty foods. I don't eat that much at all
Triglycerides can be: Elevated by medications or especially by high-glycemic-index carbohydrates (high-fructose corn syrup is major offender). Fast foods like french fries are good example. Limit fried foods, fast foods, high starch foods (potatoes, white bread, rice, pasta). Some people have a genetic disposition to high tg's but your situation may be primarily dietary. ...Read more
Hello Dr, I'm a 50 yr female, my Triglycerides 100, HDL 65 & LDL 165, I have very healthy food habits & exercise almost regular. Do I need medicines?
Do further testing:
I would not advise treatment to lower LDL unless you have a high proportion of small dense LDL and/or elevated CRP and/or homocysteine. High chol. Does not cause heart disease; inflammation does but if inflamed then could use supplements to lower chol.
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I have high blood triglyceride level while my HDL, LDL etc levels are under check. Could you suggest me food-exercise regime to reduce triglyceride?
I would take omega 3: Fatty acids found in fish like salmon to reduce triglycerides, or an omega 3 pill. Exercise doesn't do much for high triglycerides. ...Read more
What causes Triglyceride level to rise in blood in people with CKD? Any particular food to blame?
Does consuming Bcomplex daily after food reduces triglycerides apart from regular exercise. If triglycerides are 250 and hdl 25.
Kinda sorta, but. ..: Standard or typical B complex doses probably won't make a dent in high triglycerides or low HDL cholesterol. However, high dose vitamin B3 aka niacin has been proven to lower triglycerides & raise low HDL but is often intolerable due to flushing (can be mitigated by aspirin). But there's no proof that niacin prevents heart attacks & strokes to same degree as statins. No such thing as free lunc ...Read more
Doctor I am having high LDL and triglyceride level can you what sort of food I should take in lunch and dinner as well as in breakfast?
Vegetarian: Vegetarian is the best. That shouldn't be hard to find in India, right? :) ...Read more
I have dyslipidemia, triglycerides shoots more than 650 and LDL more than 280, I have hypertension too, am 30yrs male, how to lower by foods?
Hyperlipidemia: I would recommend a mediterranean diet and seeing a doctor for medication also if you have additional risk factors for atherosclerotic disease. Your numbers are so high that I'm sceptical that diet alone would get your lipids into a good range. ...Read more
SIR MY LIPD PROFILE TOTAL CHO 281, TRIGLYCERIDS 107, HDL 56, LDL204, VLDL 21, PLS ADVICE HOW CAN I REDUCE THE LDL BY FOOD OR DO WANTED TO TAKE MEDICENE?
Very high: You can try a trial of vegetarian food, if you're not already doing that - otherwise you won't be able to reduce the LDL unless you use meds. Medication still isn't indicated unless you have a history of atherosclerotic disease or smoke or have diabetes. HBP and Family history could sway the decision too. ...Read more
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