Triglycerides are a form of fat found in your blood, which the body utilizes them for energy. You require some triglycerides for a balanced level. These triglycerides are an essential measure of one’s heart health.

Having high triglycerides may increase the risk of heart-related diseases and might be an indication of metabolic disorder. More than one-third of adults suffer from excessive triglycerides. For a hassle free lifestyle, we will  guide you towards lowering the excess triglycerides level.

In certain extreme cases, it may also lead to fatty liver disease and pancreatitis. Normally, excess triglycerides are stored in your hips or belly. However, there’s a considerable measure in reducing the level of triglycerides, which our health coaches will support you with, to enhance your overall well being.

The first and foremost step towards reducing high level of triglycerides is to try dieting and have some lifestyle changes. Exercising everyday will also help you to keep it at a balanced level. Besides regular exercise, you also need to

  • Stay healthy
  • Quit smoking and limiting alcohol
  • Lose weight(which will come along)
  • Keeping blood sugar in a target range

Your triglyceride level can be identified by a simple blood test that reveal whether your triglycerides fall into a healthy range.

  • Normal – less than 500.
  • Borderline – 150 to 199.
  • High – 200 to 499.
  • Very high – 500 & higher.

Eat a heart healthy diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, lean meats, and low-fat or nonfat dairy foods. Limit saturated fat and avoid trans-fat, Limit your sodium and sugar.

Based on the level of your triglycerides, our EzFIT personal trainers will lead you with a step by step plan, to bringing about overall wellness. No point looking great outside when everything inside your body is screwed up. We believe in balance internally and externally.


Saravavan Nadarajan (Vanan)

Vanan, fitness expert and leader at EzFit Singapore, specializes in holistic training—home-based, boot camps, and corporate fitness—with over a decade of industry experience.

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