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How do I lower tryglicerides??

How do I lower tryglicerides?
Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Are there specific nutrients for lowering triglycerides? Many of the nutrients for lowering cholesterol naturally will help with triglyceride levels as well. According to a publication by P.K. Reissell's group at Harvard in 1966, it was clearly established that Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin C, combined with a low carbohydrate diet, can dramatically reduce your triglyceride levels. Omega 3 fatty acids can help with cholesterol as well.
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