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My triglyceride levels are 415. Is it a genetic problem? What should I do to reduce the triglyceride levels besides the medication?

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Normal levels: Less than 150 milligrams per deciliter. Borderline high: 150 to 199. High: 200 to 499. Lifestyle changes—such as modifying your diet and losing weight—can potentially cut your triglyceride levels in half. Lose weight. .Cut the sugar. .Stock up on fiber. .Limit fructose. .Eat a moderately low-fat diet. .Watch the type of fat you eat. .Add omega-3 fatty acids. .Exercise.
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