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14 Ways to Lower Triglycerides Naturally

how to lower triglycerides

What are triglycerides?

You’ve probably heard about triglycerides (TG) during a routine physical or after a cholesterol test. But what are they and why should you pay attention to them? Michael Miller, MD, professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore and the author of Heal Your Heart, explains that triglyceride levels indicate the amount of fat in your bloodstream. “The average level for adult men and women after an overnight fast is 125, with optimal levels below 100,” he says. “The borderline-high range is 150 to 199, and high levels are 200 and above.” If your levels are creeping upward, says Dr. Miller, your risk of heart disease and death from cardiovascular disease will also rise.

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