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Very High Triglycerides Tip: Fish

Dr. Holly Atkinson Dr. Holly Atkinson specializes in Internal Medicine and is an award-winning medical journalist. She is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine as well as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
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Fish is often a healthy alternative to some fatty meats like steak or ground beef. Fish is an especially good choice for people with high triglycerides. Oily fish (salmon, tuna, sardines, lake trout, herring and mackerel) are high in Omega-3s and is recommended. How healthy your fish is all depends on how it is prepared. Broiled or baked fish reduces the risk of heart disease while fried fish may actually increase it. Talk to your doctor to find out the very best way to get your Omeda-3s.

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