Do natural remedies for triglycerides work?

by Francine Kanter Classical Homeopathy by Francine Kanter

Triglyceride is one of the most common types of lipid (fat) found in our blood, with around 95% of the total body fat falling in this category. Our body works hard to convert all excess calories that we no longer need into triglycerides.

Triglycerides get stored inside the fat cells and are circulated throughout the body via blood to help provide your muscles with energy to work. Even though triglyceride and cholesterol both are forms of lipids, the former is fat, whereas the latter isn't.

Moreover, cholesterol is required by our body for cellular structure and hormone syntheses, whereas triglycerides only serve the function of providing your body with energy. Even though triglycerides are a critical energy source and are required for adequate functioning of the cells, elevated levels may pose significant health risks.

If you wish to keep your triglyceride levels in control but don't want to fear side effects, you need to look for medicine for triglycerides in homeopathy. Homeopathy is a natural way to cure even the most significant issues without worrying about any side effects. However, before you look for a solution, you first need to look at your current cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Signs of high triglyceride

Usually, high triglyceride does not show any symptoms. Nevertheless, it may pose a risk of:

  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Cholesterol problems

A lipid panel blood test can help you determine your cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Professionals suggest you fast for 8 to 12 hours before the test to get an accurate result. If you find out that you have high triglyceride levels and wish to take a natural approach, then you need to look for "homeopathic doctors near me" on the internet and book an appointment at the earliest.

Alternative remedies for high triglyceride levels

Besides taking homeopathic medicines, here are a few home remedies that you can use to bring your triglyceride levels back to normal.


Garlic can help lower blood pressure in hypertensive individuals, regulate slightly elevated cholesterol concentration, and stimulate the immune system.

Apple cider vinegar with honey

Studies show that apple cider vinegar can help improve serum lipid profile in diabetic and normal patients by decreasing low-density lipoproteins and triglycerides while increasing high-density lipoprotein levels.

Red yeast rice

Red yeast rice is a popular and often recommended treatment in Chinese medicine for lowering triglycerides. Red yeast rice perpetration in conjunction with a proper diet has been shown to help lower triglycerides and high cholesterol levels.

Increase your fiber intake

Fiber is also known to help you regulate all the food absorbed by the body. High fiber foods can help you significantly lower both your LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Both insoluble and soluble fibers can lower triglycerides.

If you are trying to lose some weight then, having a surplus of insoluble fiber can help you control your hunger and increase the overall absorption of nutrients from your intake.

Soluble fiber foods include bananas, oatmeal, and strawberries.

Insoluble fiber foods include whole grains, beans, greens, whole wheat products, and many vegetables.

If you have high triglycerides levels in your body and wish to bring them back to normal, you need to get in touch with a doctor of homeopathy as soon as possible. Since homeopathy is natural, it has no side effects whatsoever.

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