Bring Your Triglycerides Down Naturally: Revised and Expanded Edition

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 25, 2006

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“Bring Your Triglycerides Down Naturally: A Drug-Free Solution to High Blood Lipids” (September 2006) is an extensive, patient-centered resource for practical information on elevated blood triglycerides or, what scientists call, specific dyslipidemia — a common lipid metabolism disorder in North America today.

“Usually, there are no symptoms of high levels of triglycerides and hypertriglyceridemia may not be diagnosed until serious illnesses occur,” reminds the author of the book, Andrew Mierzejewski, RHN, MA, an accomplished registered holistic nutritionist.

So we all need to beware.

“Bring Your Triglycerides Down Naturally” answers all questions and concerns one might have about triglycerides, their role in our health and the means of controlling these blood fats naturally — without multiple prescription drugs most conventional doctors recommend today.

Some of the most important insights in this 182-page book “chock-full” of detailed information include: 1) health risks marked by high blood triglycerides; 2) the commonest cause of an elevated triglyceride level; 3) right and wrong foods to lower (and prevent) elevated blood triglycerides; 4) effects of high-carbohydrate diet on the triglycerides synthesis and metabolism; 5) standard medical treatments and triglyceride-lowering prescription drugs; 6) dietary and lifestyle changes necessary to optimize blood lipid profile (triglycerides, total cholesterol, HDL & LDL, Lipoprotein a); and 7) the unique nutritional supplement that could be an important part of everybody's diet as it would optimize the blood triglyceride levels, therefore reduce the risk of a heart attack and stroke.

According to Andrew Mierzejewski, “the nutritional approach to elevated blood lipids is something almost everybody can do on his or her own and get real results – as opposed to taking risky medicines.”

“Although we might often wish otherwise,” he concludes, “there are no