Eating unsaturated fats, including polyunsaturated & monounsaturated fats, can help to lower triglyceride levels.Reduce triglyceride levels by eating fish or fish oil. Polyunsaturated & monounsaturated fat reduce blood levels of triglycerides. Trans fats and saturated fats raise them. Too much fat around your waist, high blood pressure, high triglycerides, high blood sugar &abnormal cholesterol levels increase the risk of heart disease, metabolic syndrome & stroke. Read lables please!
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Sitting boosts fat, all lack of movement builds fat, then fat cells in our bodies produce more triglycerides at a much faster rate. Fat Cells determine how you gain & lose weight. Your body's prime source of energy is glucose. Your weight is determined by the rate at which you store energy from the food that you eat, and the rate at which you use that energy. Get moving walk, bike, swim, clean just kepp moving!
Heart attack risk, Obesity, High Triglycerides and High Cholesterol,
Triglycerides are stored as fat in your system. Excess levels of triglycerides thicken your blood. The most important step to take is to lower your carbohydrate intake. Omit sugar which raises cholesterol. Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin C, combined with a low carbohydrate diet, can reduce your triglyceride levels
Make sure you get your triglyceride levels checked as part of your next blood test. Eat fish, Ealnuts, Almonds and 1,000 MG of Vitamin C in the AM and PM.
Not Losing? Your Weight Issue And Insulin Resistance.
Insulin unlocks the cell for sugar to get in, which in turn enables your body to use the food you consume, If your body is not using insulin properly you will store fat & have a hard time losing. Blood Pressure, cholesterol, & triglycerides rise and your liver starts to get fatty. You may be insulin resisitant (metabolic syndrom) ,prediabetic or even diabetic. Have your doc monitor not only your cholesterol panel, but your fasting blood sugar, insulin levels & a 3month average,an A1c test.
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