When reducing triglyceride levels, starchy vegetables, alcohol, sugary drinks, honey, high fat meats, and baked goods should be avoided, reports WebMD. Supplements such as fish oil, psyllium, and soy protein can be effec... More »

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While the body uses some triglycerides for energy, a person should lower high triglyceride levels, as this may contribute to heart disease and signal metabolic syndrome, states WebMD. Metabolic syndrome occurs when a per... More »

Studies have shown lower triglyceride levels in those who eat low-carbohydrate diets as compared to those on low-fat diets, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information. The subjects also maintained hea... More »

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Regular exercise, moderate weight loss, adding fish to the diet, cutting down on alcohol, and getting saturated fat out of the diet can reduce triglyceride levels in the blood, according to WebMD. Some people require med... More »

Dietary tips for reducing high triglycerides include abstaining from starchy vegetables, excessive amounts of fruit, alcohol, starchy foods, and sugary drinks, reports WebMD. However, baked goods, high-fat meats and natu... More »

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To lower homocysteine levels, supplement a healthy diet with folic acid supplements, B6 and B12 vitamins and betaine supplements, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. People with non-genetic hyperhomoc... More »

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To lower liver enzymes, maintain a healthy weight, eat a nutritional, low-glycemic, high-fiber diet; exercise daily, avoid alcohol and unnecessary medications, minimize exposures to chemicals and toxins, increase intake ... More »

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