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Triglycerides - 8 News Result(s)
  • Eat Nuts to Control Blood Sugar & Fat
    Eat Nuts to Control Blood Sugar & Fat

    Nuts contain unsaturated fats, protein and a range of vitamins and minerals that lower cholesterol, inflammation and insulin resistance. A recent study suggests that you should include at least 50 grams of almonds, cashews, chestnuts, ...

  • Weight Loss: Does MCT Oil Really Help You Stay Fit? How Can You Add It To Your Diet
    Weight Loss: Does MCT Oil Really Help You Stay Fit? How Can You Add It To Your Diet

    MCT oil is the newest weight loss aid to hog the limelight for its ability to abate cravings. MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) oil a type of saturated fatty acid found in some foods that may ...

  • Meal Timings are Important for Healthy Liver Functions
    Meal Timings are Important for Healthy Liver Functions

    Changing your meal times could save you from a lot of liver ailments. A new research shows that meal times have a significant effect on the levels of triglycerides in the liver. Many biological processes ...

  • Eat Strawberries to Get Rid of Bad Cholesterol
    Eat Strawberries to Get Rid of Bad Cholesterol

    Strawberries can dramatically reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides, reveals new research. A few volunteers were asked to consume half a kilo of strawberries a day for a month to see whether it ...

  • High Cholesterol Stops Vitamin E From Reaching Tissues
    High Cholesterol Stops Vitamin E From Reaching Tissues

    According a recent research high cholesterol and triglycerides levels can prevent the essential vitamin E from reaching the tissues that need it.

  • Canola Oil With Omega-3 May Cut Heart Disease Risk: Study
    Canola Oil With Omega-3 May Cut Heart Disease Risk: Study

    Consuming foods made in canola oil -- an improved form of rapeseed, with less than two per cent erucic acid, a component found in mustard oil -- that is enriched with Omega-3 has the potential ...

  • Beware! Belly Fat Can Indicate Heart Risk
    Beware! Belly Fat Can Indicate Heart Risk

    According to the latest genetic evidence people who carry more fat in their belly as compared to the hips or thighs are at a greater risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.

  • Eating Peanuts with Your Meals May Reduce Risk of Heart Diseases
    Eating Peanuts with Your Meals May Reduce Risk of Heart Diseases

    According to a new study, eating peanuts along with a meal may help protect you against cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.

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