Strokes Linked to Triglycerides

Elevated triglycerides (fats and oils found in foods or the body) have, for the first time, been linked to stroke. 

An eight-year study recently reported in Circulation found that people with triglyceride levels in excess of 200 mg/dL had a significantly higher risk of stroke.

In fact, the risk was 30 percent higher. 

The American Heart Association's recommendation is to keep triglyceride levels below 150 mg/dL. 

To keep your levels low, stay off of sugar and white flour, while eating more fruits and vegetables.

Finally, adopt a sensible nutritional supplement program such as BarleyLife Xtra. 

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