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7 FORBIDDEN FOODS FOR HIGH TRIGLYCERIDES and the 7 BEST FOR LOWERING TRIGLYCERIDES

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The video provides tips on lowering triglycerides by avoiding certain foods and adopting healthy habits. It emphasizes avoiding sweetened drinks, simple carbohydrates, and high glycemic index fruits. Recommendations include opting for healthier juice options, reducing starch-rich vegetables, and limiting alcohol consumption. The video also suggests replacing saturated fats with olive oil, engaging in physical activities, and consuming fiber-rich foods. Gradually reducing sugar intake, maintaining weight control, and addressing thyroid and hormonal health are highlighted for managing triglyceride levels effectively. Viewer interaction and feedback are encouraged throughout the video.

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Tips for Lowering Triglycerides
00:00
Avoid sweetened drinks and foods with simple carbohydrates to prevent an increase in triglyceride levels.
High triglycerides can lead to cardiovascular diseases and acute pancreatitis.
Choose healthier juice options with less sugar and be cautious of starch-rich vegetables.
Manage triglyceride levels through dietary choices and lifestyle changes.
Tips for Managing Triglycerides
02:39
Reduce intake of starch-rich vegetables like corn and peas.
Avoid refined sugar to prevent an increase in triglycerides and negative metabolic effects.
Choose natural tuna in water over canned fish in oil.
Consume fruits with a high glycemic index like bananas, grapes, pineapples, and mango in moderation.
Limit alcohol consumption due to its high caloric content and potential impact on triglyceride levels.
Health recommendations for diet and physical activity.
05:25
Avoid consuming alcohol, processed meats, butter, margarine, and coconut oil due to high saturated fat content.
Opt for physical activities like walking, gym workouts, running, or cycling to improve metabolism.
Substitute butter and margarine with extra virgin olive oil for a healthier lipid profile.
Olive oil has been linked to enhancing good cholesterol levels and is beneficial for managing triglycerides.
Benefits of consuming fruits with a low glycemic index.
09:02
Fruits such as strawberries, guava, avocado, and apples are highlighted for their low glycemic index.
Importance of fiber consumption in reducing glycemic index and maintaining stable blood sugar levels.
Recommendations to include chia seeds and flax seeds in the diet for their fiber content.
Caution against oats for individuals with high triglyceride levels and suggestion to opt for fiber-rich foods like chia seeds instead.
Tips for reducing sugar intake and improving metabolic health.
10:49
Gradually reduce sugar intake to transition to bitter coffee for adjusted taste preferences.
Thyroid disease and hormonal imbalances can contribute to high triglycerides, highlighting the importance of metabolic and hormonal health assessments.
Weight control plays a crucial role in reducing triglyceride levels, with a 5% weight reduction being beneficial for patients.
Encouragement for viewer interaction through feedback and location details.