Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Don't forget the fish
Eat more fatty fish and take a daily fish oil supplement providing 3,000 mg of the triglyceride-lowering omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA
- Get the niacin you need
Under your doctor’s supervision, take niacin (vitamin B3) in amounts large enough to reduce triglyceride levels
- Slim down
Normalize triglyceride levels by losing excess weight through a long-term program of exercise and healthier eating
- Diet right
Eat less sugar and other refined carbohydrates, and limit alcohol and caffeine
- Focus on fitness
Begin a regular exercise program to lower triglyceride levels
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