High Triglycerides

Triglycerides are a group of fatty compounds that circulate in the bloodstream and are stored in the fat tissue. Individuals who have elevated blood levels of triglycerides appear to be at increased risk of developing heart attack and related vascular conditions. Unsafe levels of triglycerides is defined by a fasting triglyceride level that is above 1.13 mmol/L (100 mg/dL). Individuals who are overweight and/or have diabetes or a prediabetic state, often have elevated triglyceride levels.

Recommended Supplements

CholesterEx contains proven triglyceride-lowering ingredients that do not damage the liver, kidney or cause muscle soreness or weakness.


2 capsules, 3 times per day

Body Burn contains three metabolic condition agents that enhance fat-burning, decrease the tendency for the body to convert carbohydrates into fat (triglyceride) and improve blood sugar regulation. This product does not contain any stimulants or ephedra.

3 capsules per day

Nature’s Essential Oils contains omega-fats that have been shown to lower blood fats and reduce the stickiness of the blood – a major consideration in the prevention of heart attack, stroke and peripheral vascular disease.