Cholesterol: High Triglyceride Foods to Avoid

High starch veggies like corn and peas increase triglyceride levels.
Beans with added sugar and pork may increase triglyceride levels.
Fructose in fruit may increase triglycerides.
Alcohol increases lipid levels in the blood.
Choose fish canned in water for better triglyceride levels.
Coconut is trendy but too much saturated fat increases cholesterol and triglycerides.
Excess carbohydrates increase blood triglyceride levels.
Replace sugar-sweetened beverages with water to lower triglycerides.
Syrup, honey, and other sweeteners may cause high triglyceride levels.
Baked goods are high in unhealthy fats.
Swap fatty meats for lean cuts and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acid rich fish.
A diet high in saturated fats like those found in butter increases the risk of heart disease and high cholesterol.

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Reviewed by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD on Thursday, October 26, 2017

Cholesterol: High Triglyceride Foods to Avoid

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