How to reduce triglycerides

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High triglycerides are a common finding on standard cholesterol panels and signifies higher risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, stroke, and fatty liver. While much of the information on a standard cholesterol panel is virtually useless garbage, the triglyceride value is indeed useful, as it represents an accurate gauge of VLDL particles that underlie heart disease risk.

Here are natural and easy ways to drop triglycerides (and thereby VLDL particles) from even high levels of 350, 500, 700 mg/dl or more to 60 mg/dl or less, a value associated with magnificent health and marked reduction of risk for heart disease.

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