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... I have to disagree with this assessment. Dietary protein and fat (like that found in meat and eggs) has little impact on fasting triglyceride levels - many studies and clinical trials confirm this. It is not the fat in your diet that impacts triglyderides, but the carbohydrates. What has the biggest impact on triglycerides is dietary carbohydrate, in particular the sugars... (20 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... EPA daily, and it did impact my lipid levels noticeably. Not everyone's cholesterol responds to fish oil. ... (11 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... Tricor is a prescription med. so don't concern yourself with that until you've tried alternatives. Avoid too much dietary fat, sugars, and especially alcohol. ... (11 replies)

Triglycerides
Aug 16, 2007
... This didn't help with my HDL or LDL, but it did make a big impact on my Tri's. Also remember when reducing or changing foods, to make sure your still getting important nutriants. ... (8 replies)
... ALL of these cholesterol elements, LDL, HDL, VLDL, chulomicrons and free triglycerides are really just "fat floating in the bloodstream. ... (25 replies)
... fifth of triglycerides is made up of VLDL. ... (8 replies)
... Diets with olive oil as the dominant fat source may help reduce visceral fat, blood glucose, blood clotting, triglycerides and oxidation of LDL cholesterol and ultimately heart disease deaths. ... (31 replies)
... then his overall risk is much higher. He really needs to get those triglycerides down. ... (6 replies)
... Nearly all dietary cholesterol comes from animal fat of some type... like chicken or beef or meat, eggs, and milk products like cheese or cream or butter or milk. ... (11 replies)
... I wouldn't call it that. Yes, high triglycerides are considered a risk factor for heart disease. Actually, depending how high your number is, the bigger problem may be the risk of pancreatitis. ... (1 replies)
... e over that. But considering the fact that he has been eating pretty much whatever he wants and as much as he wants, there is every reason to believe that simple dietary improvements will result in improved numbers and more favorable ratios. As I see it, his biggest concern should be to bring down those triglycerides. ... (10 replies)
... IMHO you have a good chance of getting your numbers down a lot with just dietary changes. 52 of those LDL points came from the triglycerides. ... (11 replies)
... of calories. I gained weight, my TC was over 250, my HDL was dangerously low and my triglycerides were over 600. ... (28 replies)
... The fact that you did not fast prior to taking the blood test may have had an impact on your triglycerides. Aside from that, your only other shortcoming is the low HDL. Ubernier has already given you some good advice. ... (3 replies)
... Dietary way to impact this are to curb the carbs. If you want to try to bring the HDL up, add a little more cardio to your workout... ... (3 replies)
... arteries. The notion that arteries get clogged up because there is simply too much circulating cholesterol is outdated thinking. Anyway, the bottom line is that dietary cholesterol has little, if any, impact on serum cholesterol. ... (12 replies)
... Insulin resistance causes triglycerides to be stubbornly high. Exercise AND reduced carb eating is the best way to deal with it. Dietary supplements have little if any impact. ... (6 replies)
... Nonsense. Every medical "authority" on Earth does not support a lower fat diet in order to lower lipid levels. For most people the dietary intake of fat and cholesterol has little or no impact cholesterol and lipid levels. ... (13 replies)
... lipid levels. Elevated triglycerides are associated with carbohydrate consumption and not fat intake. ... (10 replies)
... A.M should not have had much of an impact on your cholesterol. ... (5 replies)


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