High Tryglicerides

Were you looking for information about High Triglycerides? High tryglicerides is a common misspelling of high triglycerides.
 
As the main storage form of fat in the body, triglycerides provide energy and serve as building blocks for cells; however, high triglycerides in the blood can increase your risk for developing certain medical conditions, including heart disease. High triglycerides (over 200 mg/dL) occur in about 10 percent of people. Factors associated with high triglycerides include obesity, lack of physical activity, and excessive alcohol use. Be aware that inadequate fasting prior to a lipid test may cause triglyceride levels to appear high, even when they're not.
 
(For more information on the diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of high triglyceride levels, click High Triglycerides. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific articles on this topic.)
 
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