An individual can reduce triglycerides by exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet, limiting alcohol consumption and losing weight if needed, according to Mayo Clinic. In some cases of high triglycerides, the individu... More »

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As part of a balanced diet emphasizing soluble fiber and reduced processed sugar consumption, Cheerios can help reduce bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels, according to the Diet Channel. Foods high in soluble fiber h... More »

Short-term fasting is known to temporarily reduce triglyceride levels; however, levels drastically rise after eating, notes the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. If someone has high triglyceride test levels, e... More »

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Exercise, weight loss, and reducing saturated fats and alcohol consumption can lower triglyceride levels. Consuming more omega-3s and fewer carbohydrates in the diet also reduces triglyceride levels, according to WebMD. More »

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As part of a balanced diet emphasizing soluble fiber and reduced processed sugar consumption, Cheerios can help reduce bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels, according to the Diet Channel. Foods high in soluble fiber h... More »

As American Heart Month, February safety tips include eating a heart-healthy diet, exercising, limiting alcohol consumption and avoiding cigarette smoke, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other tips ... More »

Smoking, obesity, lack of physical activity, excess sodium in the diet and excessive alcohol consumption all cause high blood pressure, notes WebMD. Aging, genetics, stress, thyroid and adrenal disorders, sleep apnea and... More »

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