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Triglycerides are a type of fat in the bloodstream and fat tissue. Too much of this type of fat can contribute to the hardening and narrowing of your arteries. This puts you at risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Diseases such as diabetes, obesity, kidney failure or alcoholism can cause high triglycerides. Often, high triglycerides occur along with high levels of cholesterol, another type of fat. Triglycerides are measured along with cholesterol as part of a blood test. Normal triglyceride levels are below 150. Levels above 200 are high.
A genetic variation makes sugar healthy for some Greenlanders

A genetic variation makes sugar healthy for some Greenlanders

Lipidomics study reveals schizophrenic patients’ resistance to antipsychotic drugs

Lipidomics study reveals schizophrenic patients’ resistance to antipsychotic drugs

Inclusion of soybean and linseed oils in the diet of dairy cows improves milk quality

Inclusion of soybean and linseed oils in the diet of dairy cows improves milk quality

Reducing salt potentially maintains Parmigiano Reggiano cheese's texture and flavor

Reducing salt potentially maintains Parmigiano Reggiano cheese's texture and flavor

Water intake may effectively mitigate obesity and metabolic syndrome

Water intake may effectively mitigate obesity and metabolic syndrome

Eating Fish Reduces Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Eating Fish Reduces Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers uncover additional genetic cause for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Researchers uncover additional genetic cause for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Fatty acids could be effective platform for drug delivery

Fatty acids could be effective platform for drug delivery