Alternative Triglyceride Control:

Triglycerides can be controlled without the use of drugs. Triglycerides are a form of fat, in the bloodstream. People with high triglycerides usually have high total cholesterol levels, high LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and low HDL (good)cholesterol levels. Many people with heart disorders also have high triglyceride levels. Several clinical studies have shown that people with triglyceride levels above 150 mg/dl, have an increased risk of heart attack or stroke. Triglycerides are measured by blood test and should always be done after a 12 hour fast. Check with your alternative doctor, regarding your safe triglyceride level.

Alternative doctors are able to lower your triglycerides with natural vitamins and supplements. You do not have to take drugs, to lower your triglycerides.

Alternative doctors have long known of the connection between high triglycerides and low levels of HDL. However, If the ratio of triglycerides to HDL cholesterol are below 2.0, you would generally be considered to be at low risk of heart attack or stroke.

When sugars and grains are eaten, the pancreas produces extra insulin, which goes into the blood stream to help the body metabolize these high glycemic index foods. The extra insulin, due to consumption of sugars and grains, causes the liver to produce triglycerides. Keep in mind, that out of control diabetes, is one cause of high triglycerides. With a little extra will power, it is not hard to lower your triglyceride level.

Check With Your Alternative Doctor, To See Which Of The Following, Would Be Appropriate, To ELIMINATE From Your Diet.

Some Examples Are:
Table SugarBrown SugarPowdered SugarPancake SyrupPancakes
CookiesCakesWafflesBreads (all kinds)Breakfast Cereals (all kinds)
Grains (all kinds)FructoseCandyDonutsAll Sugarey Deserts

Check With Your Alternative Doctor, To See Which Of The Following, Would Be Appropriate, To ADD To Your Diet.

Some Examples Are:
Free Range ChickenFish OilGarlicCo Q 10PolycosinalRed Yeast Rice
Wild Alaskan SalmonVitamin B-1Vitamin B-2Vitamin B-3Vitamin B-5Vitamin B-6
Raw VegetablesVitamin B-7Vitamin B-9Vitamin B-12Vitamin AVitamin C
Free Range Lean MeatsVitamin DVitamin EVitamin KCalciumMagnesium
SulferBoronCopperIronChlorideManganese
MolybdenumZincPhosphorousPotassiumExercise

Triglycerides Information: Dr. Mercola 1/14/2001 - Fructose Raises Triglyceride Levels

Triglycerides Information: Dr. Mercola 7/6/2010 - Green Tea May Lower Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, And Triglycerides

Triglycerides Information: Natural News 10/7/2010 - Lowering Triglycerides Assists Weight Loss & Reduces Risk Of Heart Disease & Diabetes

Triglycerides Information: Natural News 11/2/2010 - Tocotrienols Reduce Triglycerides While Slimming Your Waistline

Triglycerides Information: Natural News 3/25/2011 - Lower Your Triglyceride Levels And Reduce Your Stroke Risk

Triglycerides Information: Natural News 9/21/2011 - Culinary Spices Can Help Lower Triglyceride Levels


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