High Trygliceride Cause

Were you looking for information about Causes of High Triglycerides? High trygliceride cause is a common misspelling and variation of causes of high triglycerides.
 
One of the most common causes of high triglycerides on a cholesterol test is inadequate fasting. After eating a meal, your triglyceride levels increase and remain high for up to to 10 hours. If fasting does not occur, the person will have an "artificially" high triglyceride level. This is why healthcare providers do not want a person to eat anything or drink coffee for at least 12 hours prior to cholesterol testing. Other risk factors for high triglycerides include being overweight, drinking too much alcohol, and eating a high-carbohydrate diet.
 
(Click Causes of High Triglycerides for more information on other causes and risk factors for high triglycerides, such as certain health conditions and some medications. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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