Eating more fatty fishes, such as sardines, mackerel, salmon and anchovies, may help lower triglycerides.
Sardine Sandwich Anyone? Eating more fatty fishes, such as sardines, mackerel, salmon and anchovies, may help lower triglycerides.
Blood triglyceride levels are tricky; this sticky substance can rise even in younger people and despite eating reasonably healthful foods. Scientists found that Alaskan Eskimos whom generally consume high levels of omega-3 fatty acid rich fish had low blood triglyceride levels. The research was published in the journal Metabolism, and the link between eating fatty fish and lower triglycerides existed regardless of a person’s waist circumference. Aim for at least two servings of fish per week. Canned sardines can be an economical choice and have inspired throngs of (closet) sardine sandwich lovers.
—By Serena Ball, R.D.
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