Question: I have high triglycerides, glucose, uric acid and cholesterol, what can I eat to counteract these levels? Lidia (New York).
Answer: The causes that raise blood triglycerides are, among others, overweight and obesity, excess alcohol, physical inactivity, tobacco and a diet very high in carbohydrates and refined sugars. If this is the first time you have high triglycerides in the analytical, we recommend that you repeat the analyzes, just in case you did not save the 12 hours of previous fasting. In addition, the levels would not be real if you had a copious dinner with plenty of fat and alcohol last night.