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.