Triglycerides, Elevated

Most stored body fat is in the form of triglycerides (triacylglycerols), which represent a highly concentrated form of energy.  Most dietary fat is also triglycerides.  But the body also makes triglycerides in the liver from carbohydrates.  And the fastest, surest way to increase triglycerides in the blood is to eat a lot of sugar.  Restricting sugar intake and supplementing with dietary antioxidants is often all that is required to return triglyceride levels to normal.

Both cholesterol and triglyceride levels can be reduced by taking supplementary red yeast rice extract, guggul resin extract, niacin, pantethine and phytosterols.  Fish body oils are the only polyunsaturates known to lower triglycerides.  Vegetable oils do not.

Also see BYPASS THE BYPASS:  Restore Circulation Without Surgery:

Example of an arterial cleansing formula:


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About David W. Rowland

David W. Rowland, PhD is a leading edge innovator in the field of natural nutrition, and the creator of the Nutri-Body(R) method of nutritional assessment favored by practitioners. Dr. Rowland is available for telephone consultations. To set up an appointment email:

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