How to Treat High Triglycerides?

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What foods will help to lower triglyceride levels.
Hello, eat less fat-rich foods, such as a variety of fat meat, lean meat can be eaten in moderation, eat more vegetables and fruits. In addition, the appropriate degree of exercise, blood lipids can be reduced.
My secret, no added sugar, cut half of salt, in this way you'll feel everything tastes unpleasantly and you don't want to eat more. And drink a glass of wheat grass every night. Fiber is a great weapon.
Triglyceride Have nothing to do with eating fat. Triglyceride Is sugar that is stored in your fat cells. So avoid sugar and carbohydrates. Yes reducing fat intake can affect Triglyceride. But  avoiding sugar will be more then twice affective
Triglyceride Have nothing to do with eating fat. Triglyceride Is sugar that is stored in your fat cells. So avoid sugar and carbohydrates. Yes reducing fat intake can affect Triglyceride. But  avoiding sugar will be more then twice affective. Provide more information
Is there an effective way to monitor triglycerides at there current levels without having to visit a lab or dr office every week
I am afraid not. To the best of my knowledge, it could only be measured by drawing blood.
Does high  triglyceride of  201 (H) , which should  be within the range of 0-150 mean that diabetes is prevalent?
Definitely no. High triglyceride does not equal to the presence of diabetes, despite that they coexist in abundant cases. The criteria to diagnose diabetes are either of the following:
1. fasting blood gluocse level>7.1
2. Blood glucose level>11.1 (two hours after a meal)

A high triglyceride means you have what is medically known as hyperlipidemia, which is a risk factor for coronary artery disease.
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