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The diet for increased triglyceride levels

We provide you an overview for allowed foods that are related to increased triglyceride levels.

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Permitted food

Milk and milk products

Skim milk, yogurt, kefir, yogurt (all with more than 0,1% milk fat), cottage cheese.

Fish, meat and meat products

Cooked white sea fish, especially cooked oily fish (sardines, mackerel, tuna, herring, salmon), chicken and turkey without the skin.

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – beef, veal and lamb if it’s cut all visible fat from meats chicken and turkey breast in an envelope or smoked, pressed ham or prosciutto, cut out fat and eggs.

Vegetables

Prepared without fat; lettuce, endive, lamb’s lettuce, radicchio, cabbage (and sour), kale, chard, broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, zucchini, artichokes, asparagus, eggplant, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, radishes, okra, mushrooms, celery, kohlrabi, fennel, leek, white and red onions, soy and soy products.

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – potatoes (not eat only cooked in small amounts), rice, beans, peas, green beans, broad beans, chickpeas, lentils.

Fruit

Apples (unpeeled), cherries, grapefruit, lemon, quince, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, currants, blueberries.

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – cherries, pears, peaches, apricots, plums, oranges, tangerines, kiwi, cantaloupe, watermelon.

Drinks

Tea with artificial sweeteners or sugar-free soda.

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – fruit juices that do not contain sugar, black coffee with artificial sweetener or sugar.

Bread, pastry and pasta

Best avoided!

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – any kind of pasta, whole-grain bread, oatmeal, whole grain, rye and Graham bread (but no more than one thin slice or a less powder per day)? if the meal includes potatoes, rice or pasta, bread should not be eaten.

Sweets

Absolutely forbidden!

Allowed, but less frequent in smaller quantities – just jam for diabetics

Spices

All spices and even salt (but not more than 3g of salt / day), mustard, vinegar, whole spices.

Oils and fats

Olive oil

Allowed, but less frequent and in smaller quantities – oil from rapeseed, soybean and sunflower oil.

 

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