Food Cures for High Triglycerides

Learn how changing your diet and altering your lifestyle can help lower high triglycerides and improve your heart health. Know what triglycerides is.

Studies have shown that high triglyceride levels are associated with increased risks of cardiovascular disease and stroke — in both men and women — alone or in combination with other risk factors. Fortunately, triglycerides can often be easily controlled with several diet and lifestyle changes — many of the same changes that I outlined for high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

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What Do You Know About High Triglycerides?
You may have heard of triglycerides, but do you know what they mean to your heart health?
Test your knowledge with this quiz.
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How Food Affects High Triglycerides

If you have high triglyceride levels, it's important to take action right away.
Learn about Food Cures for your heart health.

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Lowering Triglyceride Levels

If your triglyceride levels are elevated, then you're at risk for serious ailments.
Find out what you can do to lower your risk.

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What Is the Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome is a giant red flag for you and your doctor — find out why.
Protect yourself with this crucial info.

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Fruit and Triglyceride Levels

Can eating a diet rich in fruits contribute to an increase in triglycerides?
Find out if you should give fruit the boot.

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5 Ways to Lower Triglycerides

There are easy changes you make today to help lower your high triglyceride levels. Try these five simple diet and lifestyle tips.