How to Naturally Lower Triglycerides
Triglycerides can be naturally lowered by increasing the intake of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids found in fatty fish, avocado, olive oil, nuts and butter. Consume healthy whole foods to balance your cholesterol with help from an experienced chiropractor in this free video on healthy living.
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The triglycerides are a fat that's in the body, and then it's part of the cholesterol panel. So, cholesterol has been labeled good or bad. Well, the body looks at it like appropriate so again, it gets back to somebody's lifestyle. When somebody has a heart situation, like heart disease, what they're putting in their mouth is a huge factor whether they say, oh, my family was this way or not it's still, the family pattern is passed on and it's up to that person to be able to recognize this and go; I got to change this. Triglycerides can be helped by certain Omega 3's, Omega 6's, the Omegas. There's Omega 3, 6, 9, 12. It keeps going. The Omegas come from your good fatty fish; the salmon, the mackerel, the tuna, and other good fats; avocado, olive oil, nuts, butter. Food in its most natural state. So, the people that want to be healthy you are willing, those people are willing to start changing their habits and adding good things in, and then starting to eliminate the refined and processed foods. And even somebody who will say oh, I eat whole wheat. That's good, right? No, most whole wheat is actually colored. I used to tell somebody if the loaf of bread they're buying is heavier than their purse then they might have a good loaf of bread, but in reality if you're out in the field cutting the grain and grinding it yourself that would be a good quality bread. Other than that just get bread out of the diet. You know, the grains and the cereals, you don't need as many as Americans have been taught.