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Very high triglyceride

Salesforce Tuktuki
Jan 9

Anyone suffering from very high triglycerides. What helped to reduce it. Mine is at 2000. Good limit is less than 150.

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  • Facebook tGTv63
    2000?
    Jan 93
    • Salesforce Tuktuki
      OP
      Yes
      Jan 9
    • Microsoft Pink!
      i thought 400 was worse
      On serious note you need medication NOW!!!!!

      You have a P0 prod issue.

      Cutting rice, gym are preventive measures which wont help u immediately
      Jan 9
    • Microsoft sjfmeu
      I agree with Pink!, Please consist a doctor and get medicated RIGHT NOW. I was 280ish and dcos told me to control it by diet and exercise
      Jan 9
  • New monomo
    Dude, it's very dangerous. Workout 5 times a week and cut fats, especially saturated. Lose weight. Lose weight. Lose weight.
    Jan 90
  • L'Oreal fjxds
    stop eating fried food
    Jan 90
  • Intel holy_moly
    Cut chips if any kind and fast food junk.
    Jan 90
  • Try fentanyl
    Jan 90
  • Yahoo ffffffffff
    It is not the case that 2000 is some crazy dangerous number, it's just really high. Your doctor should have already put you on a statin and/or Tricor. I am not in favor of doing something just for the case of a blood test, but my physician suggested that avoiding carbs and fatty foods the day before my bloodwork would result in a more accurate reading.

    There's hope! Everyone in my family has high triglycerides, and I was running in the 300s to 500s for many years, I was taking Tricor and a statin for a long time. Fortunately, a lot of exercise and more careful good choices lowered my triglycerides so much that while I'm still taking a statin, I stopped taking Tricor a long time ago. My most recent bloodwork showed my lowest triglycerides ever, well within normal range.
    Jan 90
  • Cisco / Otherscoobysnax
    Triglycerides levels are driven by carbohydrates intake. And you should be tested for familial hypercholesteremia or hypertriglyceridemia.
    Jan 90
  • Amazon Emma John
    Zero Carbs
    Jan 90
  • Apple / Ops^H^H^H
    I started by joining a gym. That helped, but I’m also on Lipitor now.
    Jan 90
  • Intel holy_moly
    Check with a doc and get medicine to bring it down
    Jan 93
    • New monomo
      Not needed to go the medicine route
      Jan 9
    • LinkedIn ytrisback
      Yes at that level it absolutely is - don’t listen to monomo
      Jan 9
    • New monomo
      I agree now, it is probably a different problem. Go get checked
      Jan 9
  • Microsoft / EngTier 1
    See a doctor ASAP.

    Don’t make sudden and drastic changes to diet or exercise either as these could be dangerous.
    Jan 90
  • Yahoo flipplip
    You need to see a doc.. levels this high means you have a enzyme issue which diet and exercise can't help. Good luck.
    Jan 90
  • Oracle iOFR21
    Statin
    Jan 90
  • Oracle / Productedxks
    Quit Salesforce and join Oracle!
    Jan 90
  • Microsoft sjfmeu
    Diet and exercise is the solution but because your level is amazingly high, please take medicines as well. It is alarming
    Jan 90
  • Intel / EngxdCS17
    Replace all the protein you eat with high omega 3 fish like salmon
    Jan 90
  • Microsoft Gassy
    Generally, without knowing your specific medical or fitness situation, Triglycerides can be reduced by taking a low(er) carb nutrition approach and introducing exercise. In my personal experience, attempting to establish both of these habits at once can be very difficult and you’d probably give up after a few days. And, given the number, you might have a medical situation to discover and explore with your doctor. One thing to try - and something I’ve personally done to clean up my lifestyle - is to do a Whole30. There’s a book, community, etc., but you can just go straight in and live the “Rules” for 30 days. I found this approach both achievable and effective.

    https://whole30.com/whole30-program-rules/
    Jan 90
  • Oracle Numbats
    Stop eating rice.
    Jan 90

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