Did you have high triglycerides following your hysterectomy? How did you lower your high numbers?


Triglycerides are a kind of lipid (fat) found in your blood. They are different from cholesterol. Triglycerides store unused calories to provide your body with energy between meals. They build up in your fat cells and bloodstream if you consistently consume more calories than you need—particularly if those calories are from simple carbohydrates and fats.

Read more about Body Chemistry: Triglycerides.