I found two articles on this. One seems like woo and the other seems a little more trustworthy. But I'm still not convinced that weight loss/fat loss would increase your triglycerides.
I get my blood tested yearly for work. I've lost about 20 pounds between blood draws and my triglyceride levels jumped. I'm going to discuss it with my doctor at my next appointment, but that's not for awhile yet and I'm not convinced that the doc will know (this is a very rural clinic).
I'm hoping this doesn't turn into a thread of people trying to figure out why my triglycerides jumped, because I have no idea. I've researched for days and I can't come up with anything. According to my searches, I'm doing everything right to lower my cholesterol. The only explanation is either my genes decided to go crazy in the last few months, the test was a fluke, or the weight loss thing might be true.
Help a girl out?