Re: High Triglycerides!
Hi, I am 32 and was diagnosed with high triglycerides as well. Mine were between 2000 and 4000, so you are not alone. I was also told it was not just my diet or weight, but also familial, and possibly some medications I am on, (I am on a lot as well) It really helps to track your food intake and exercise, even set up goals etc.
I'm hoping you are seeing a doctor and possibly a dietitian or nutritionist. I think we may have a lot in common so I hope we can stay in touch. Also a few foods that are good with helping lower triglycerides and help with heart disease are, steel cut oats, apples, and nuts. I found some Planter's mixed nuts that have 50% less salt and it's a blend of nuts that help with heart disease etc. They're called nut-rition. Also Cheerios are supposed to help as well.
Last edited by moderator2; 11-15-2012 at 12:50 PM.
Reason: please do not post a commercial website for any reason