High Triglicerides Low Cholesteral

Were you looking for information about High Triglycerides? High triglicerides low cholesterol is a common variation and misspelling of high triglycerides.
 
Triglycerides are important for creating energy and serving as building blocks for cells, but high triglycerides in the blood can cause serious medical problems, including heart attack and heart disease. A number of factors are associated with high triglycerides, including physical inactivity, obesity, and a very high carbohydrate diet. High triglycerides (over 200 mg/dL) occur in about 10 percent of people. The condition can be controlled by making lifestyle changes, treating other medical conditions, and replacing drugs that are known to cause high triglycerides.
 
(Click High Triglycerides to learn more about what triglycerides are used for, the possible causes of high triglycerides, and what you can do to lower these levels. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on triglycerides.)
 
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