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My triglycerides level touched 1300 last year.It is 319 in the latest report. HDL is 45, LDL is 65, VLDL 63 and non HDL Cholesterol 129.Please advise.

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Causes of Abnormal Triglyceride Levels: An elevated level of triglycerides in the blood is medically known as hypertriglyceridemia. Diseases that can lead to elevation of triglyceride levels include: ? Poorly-controlled diabetes ?Kidney disease ?Alcoholism ?Hypothyroidism ?Liver diseases including cirrhosis ?Obesity, ? Familial (genetic) disorders of lipid metabolism. Lifestyle Changes (Diet, Exercise, Lowering Risk Factors) for Elevated Triglycerides weight loss, ? regular aerobic exercise, ? limiting intake of food with trans fats and saturated fats; substitute with polyunsaturated or monounsaturated fats rather than carbohydrates or sugar, ? reducing alcohol intake, and ? consuming fatty fish .
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