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Triglycerides

Discussion in 'Alternative Treatments' started by ramil, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. ramil

    ramil Type 2 · Member

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    Hello everybody.
    I have high triglycerides.350
    I dont want to use medicine .
    What do you suggest ?
     
  2. ringi

    ringi Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    There two common reasons for high triglycerides.
    • Fat on the liver (even if the GGT is normal)
    • Eating more carbs/suger then your body can cope with
    (There is a 3rd possible reasons that you’re GP may send to to a consultant to get check for.)

    I wrote a post on “fatty liver” recently that if you keep to it will very likely quickly bring your triglycerides down to normal levels. Let’s just say that when I did it, my triglycerides where normal by the same I saw the consultant.

    See http://www.diabetes.co.uk/forum/threads/extremely-high-ggt-levels.131050/#post-1649576
     
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    ramil Type 2 · Member

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    Thank you very much
     
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