Triglyceride levels can go down when you eat soy protein and isoflavones from edamame, tofu, and tempeh.
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in fatty fish like salmon, sardines, mackerel, and herring, as well as in fish oil and krill oil.
Avocado is full of monounsaturated fat, which helps lower triglyceride levels when used in place of saturated fat, trans fat, and carbohydrates in the diet.
The seeds of quinoa are full of protein and minerals. It has been shown that they lower triglyceride levels in older adults who are healthy as well as in adults who are overweight or obese.
Triglyceride levels may go down if you eat a variety of whole grains, like buckwheat, barley, and millet, on a regular basis.
Coconut oil has both saturated fats and fats with a medium chain length. It has been shown to lower triglycerides both before and after a meal.
Triglyceride levels and the risk of metabolic syndrome and heart disease can be lowered by eating garlic.
People know that cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, and broccoli may help fight cancer.