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[Music playing] Speaker 1: Thank you for joining us as we
continue talking about cardiovascular disease. We’re talking about triglycerides. I know
many of you have high elevated triglyceride or elevated cholesterol. Yes, these are risk
factors, but we want to look at the whole picture because that’s why we’re here.
We want to prevent disease with the knowledge and information. We can make a difference
in our health. Let’s take a look. Triglycerides; why does triglycerides elevate?
I want to give you a basic thing. We’re going to start with dietary healthy. We learned
about this if you get into our … the book, “The Stupid Diet” teaches you the right
foods, the healthy fats, the chemical free foods that make a difference in this area.
Particularly sugars, that cause glycosylated hemoglobin or we know what that means is basically
leads to things like diabetes and these kinds of problem, but also high carbohydrate refined
sugar increase triglycerides. You got it. It makes a difference. It increases
the fat, fatty liver, harder to metabolize these sugars, so diet plays a critical role
to triglycerides. Also, as you’ll learn, when you’re looking at a healthy diet and
you’re improving things, triglycerides, or if you will, that excess fat, we can look
at things like niacin. You’ll see as we get into talking about natural products that
we use to help lower cholesterol like our CholesClear, it’s the same types of product
inside that that we’re going to also help with triglyceride.
We know things like EPA and DHA from fish oil could have a benefit in the literature
on helping with triglyceride levels. Dietary health, healthy fats, niacin, B3, one of the
early long-time use prescriptions to help decrease triglycerides and you wanted to make
sure it’s time-release so it’s not instantaneous. A sugar that is low in refined carbohydrates,
none of them high in fruits and vegetables, and you’ll learn about that in “The Stupid
Diet,” high in antioxidant levels with healthy fats are all going to reduce triglycerides.
You’re going to be amazed to find that as your triglyceride levels decrease, your cholesterol
typically will decrease especially from dietary factor.
Thank you for joining me in the Envita Whiteboard as we continue to talk about cardiovascular
disease. [Music playing]