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What are some good ways to lower triglycerides?

What are some good ways to lower 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

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Triglyceride (Definition)

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


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Triglycerides 165 HDL 34, what is my risk?

Triglycerides 165 HDL 34, what is my risk?

Increased: Triglycerides that are high and HDL that is low are markers for increased risk of heart disease. I assume that these are fasting levels because non-fasting levels are inaccurate. Even though these numbers show increased risks, you can reverse your risk and improve the numbers. Regular exercise, decreased fats in diet, weight loss if needed and omega-3-fatty acids can all help. ...Read more

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My triglyceride 165/cholesterol 200/HDL 31.5/ CLDL 136/CHLR 6.3 how does it look?

My triglyceride 165/cholesterol 200/HDL 31.5/ CLDL 136/CHLR 6.3 how does it look?

Increased risk: Hi. Your LDL and non-HDL (LDL + VLDL) are high; they are the atherogenic lipoproteins. Your HDL is low; that's the anti-atherogenic lipoprotein. Therefore, all those lipoprotein abnormalities increase your risk of atherosclerosis. Do you have a family history of premature heart attack? Do you have type 2 diabetes? Talk with your doc. It's better to prevent a heart attack than to treat one. ...Read more

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Cholesteral total 240 HDL 61 LDL 145 triglycerides 165 how risky for me female 55?

Cholesteral total 240 HDL 61 LDL 145 triglycerides 165 how risky for me female 55?

Need Particle Data: High triglyceride (tg) is often a marker for high LDL particle number (ldl-p). As tg rise ldl-p rises. However, when tg is high the amount of cholesterol carried by LDL particles goes down. This often results in "normal" LDL cholesterol (ldl-c) and low hdl-c levels despite high (ldl-p). When ldl-p is high cardiovascular risk is high independent of ldl-c, hdl-c, tg levels. ...Read more

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What medications can be prescribed for my High BP and Obesity? Triglycerides 165, BP 148/100, Glucose 104, BMI 50.4. HDL/LDL 44/115, TOTAL CHOL 192.

What medications can be prescribed for my High BP and Obesity? Triglycerides 165, BP 148/100, Glucose 104, BMI 50.4. HDL/LDL 44/115, TOTAL CHOL 192.

Obesity, Hypertension: I commend you for being concerned about High BP and Obesity.
Medications can help High BP.
As per WHO--BMI above 40 is Obese Class III
IT is NOT WHAT you eat
It is What is Eating You!
Ask:
What made you obese and for how long?
See Physician for Diagnosis, Medication, Balanced Diet 1500/Cal/day,
Exercise Program; follow up
See Psychiatrist for Therapy for eating behaviors, coping with stress. ...Read more

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49 Year old non Smoker Cholestral 251 HDL 40 LDL 165 Triglyceride 228 Is this Bad??

Not too bad.: Your risk of heart disease is increased a little over the average, but your 10 year risk of heart disease is actually fairly low. I guess 2%. Don't know your precise number because I do not know your blood pressure...Look at the Framingham Risk Score on line. Should put your mind at ease. Check your numbers with your doc so they can look at the bigger picture - Family history, other risks, etc. ...Read more

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Dad heart attack at 50, I am 26 had a Ct angio at 23 with a score of 0, l.p. (a) 5, HDL 34, LDL 116, total cholesterol 165, triglycerides 75? Good?

Dad heart attack at 50, I am 26 had a Ct angio at 23 with a score of 0, l.p. (a) 5, HDL 34, LDL 116, total cholesterol 165, triglycerides 75? Good?

+ family history: Hi. You have a family history of premature coronary disease, a substantial risk factor. You CT angio is great, as are your Lp (a) and triglycerides. Your HDL is low, and without high triglycerides, not a good target for treatment. Your LDL is above goal, and EASILY treatable (the only treatable target). Do you know what your dad's lipids are/were? I trust you don't smoke. ...Read more

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Triglycerides is 210 and my LDL is 165 is it risky?

Triglycerides is 210 and my LDL is 165 is it risky?

Yes: Triglycerides should be half of cholesterol, LDL creates damage to vessel wall - should be in 100's. Use carnitine 2gm per day to normalize both. ...Read more

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What is triglycerides?

What is triglycerides?

Fat: Trigylcerides are 3 fatty acids linked to a glycerol molecule. They are used as an energy source for the body and excess triglycerides are deposited in fat (adipose) tissue. If one has an excess of trigylcerides, they can be associated with a higher risk of coronary heart disease.

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Know about triglyceride's?

Know about triglyceride's?

If triglycerides: Are fat in your blood. If they are more than optimal or high you can reduce them by diet and exercise. If that is not successful you can try EPA fish oil, either dietary supplement or prescription Vascepa ...Read more

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Is triglycerides dangerous?

High triglycerides: Normal triglycerides is less than 150 mg/dl. There are many studies showing high triglycerides between 200-499 mg/dl to be harmful to your heart and arteries. Elevated triglycerides are included in metabolic syndrome which is dangerous. ...Read more

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How to reduce triglycerides?

How to reduce triglycerides?

Cut down carbs: Although triglycerides are fats in the blood, they are increased when you eat carbohydrates. Cutting down on sweets, fruit and starchy foods such as rice, bread, pasta and potatoes will help. You can also reduced tryglycerides by adding fiber or fish oil to your diet. ...Read more

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How to reduce triglycerides?

How to reduce triglycerides?

∆ LFHC Foods → HFLC,: ↓ body fat & ↑Activity. Triglycerides=fat molecules. Optimal <100 mg/dL. ↑ed concentrations drive acute pancreatitis & atherosclerosis. Trigs are ↑ed by high sugar/carb foods (rapidly converted by liver into fat for storage http://goo. Gl/H7mItd), obesity & low activity. Get LipoScience NMR particle test for insight. Crestor, Zetia & Vascepa 4, 000 mg/day can also help + other benefits. ...Read more

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How to lower triglycerides?

How to lower triglycerides?

Diet and exercise: Your body uses triglycerides to transport unneeded carbs to fat cells. First, avoid simple sugars. Get the "white" out of your diet (starches, white sugar, bread, and white rice). Concentrate on greens, and particularly deep green, like kale, spinach, etc. Second, exercise regularly. Your routine should include 10, 000 steps daily and aerobic activity for at least 30 minutes daily 4-5 days weekly. ...Read more

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How to low triglycerides level?

Many ways: Start with good healthy diet. Protein fruits and vegetable. Exercise at least 1 hour per day. Then if still elevated levels you may have to take medication to help bring the levels down ...Read more

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How can one lower triglycerides?

How can one lower 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 recuction in simple carbodyrates (candy, sweets, soda, juices, white bread, white rice, pasta).

If trigylcerides remain high despite these lifestyle modifications, certain medications can be helpful as well. ...Read more

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Does everyone have triglycerides?

Does everyone have triglycerides?

Yes: It is a part of the overall lipid make up of the body and triglycerides are the breakdown of fats one eats. They can usually be measured in the serum of the blood if not too high. ...Read more

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Where do triglycerides come from?

Triglycerides: Triglycerides are the fat storage molecules your liver makes generally from sugars and excess calories that you eat. They thicken up the blood and can lead to blockages and damage to arteries. ...Read more

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