Even though triglycerides are fats, diets high in carbohydrates, especially sugars that contain fructose--like table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup--can raise triglycerides in the blood.
What does Trig stand for?
Trig stands for Triglycerides
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- Transaction Routing Index File
- Transportation Resources, Inc (Sterling, MA)
- Three Frequency Wave Spectrometer
- The Rose International Fund for Children (Bellevue, WA)
- Tri-Service Food Service System
- Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate
- Tenancy Reform Industry Group (agriculture)
- Tidewater Real Estate Investor Group
- Tourism Review and Implementation Group (UK)
- Training Research and Isotope Production, General Atomics
- Training, Research, Isotope, General Atomics (nuclear energy)
- Third Generation Anti-Tank (guided weapon)
- Three Rivers Informal Geocaching Organization (treasure-hunting group; Pennsylvania)
- Trinacional Golfo de Honduras (Spanish: Trinational Gulf of Honduras)
- Trial to Reduce IDDM in the Genetically at Risk
- Tactical Reconnaissance Information Ground Station
- TR-1 Ground System
- Tri-Ground Station
Samples in periodicals archive:
There is no evidence" that lowering triglycerides cuts coronary events, agreed Dr.
Historically, triglycerides have been measured in the fasting state for 2 reasons.
SerVaas, I would like to know how to lower my triglycerides without taking medicine.
Features of metabolic syndrome (abdominal obesity, reduced high-density lipoprotein [HDL] cholesterol, hypertension, and elevated triglycerides and glucose) are even more frequent, affecting as many as 69% of men receiving HAART.
Sumner is a principal investigator, show that even African Americans with very high BMIs and very high levels of insulin resistance can have very low levels of triglycerides.
Besides the established fact that fish oil lowers your blood pressure and fights inflammation, the healthy omega-3 fatty acids, fish oil's most significant ingredient, helps to lower something called triglycerides.