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    reducing triglycerides
    terry314314 posted:
    Eating plant based fats and fasting 1 time per week has worked to reduced my triglyceride level.
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    nutrik responded:
    Some other tips to lower your TG levels are:
    Lose some weight, a weight loss of 5 to 10 pounds can be very helpful to lower your TG levels.
    Avoid sugar, simple carbohydrates and alcohol, the energy from this foods that is not used is stored as fat and increase your TG levels. You can add healthy fats in your diet such as olives, olive oil, avocado, peanut butter (natural, no sugar no oil added), peanuts and fish high in O-3, salmon, sardines, mackerel. Exercise daily at least 30 minutes. can be a very useful app for you, you can find tools to help you keep track of your daily foods, nutrients, calories and exercise that way you can be sure you are giving your body exactly what it needs to stay healthy.

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