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Does weight loss increase your triglyceride levels?

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  • rafiksandrorafiksandro Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
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  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Posts: 12,162Member Member Posts: 12,162Member Member
    FWIW, another n=1: Blood tests mid-way through weight loss had my (unmedicated) cholesterol and triglycerides down noticeably, but not as low as they got another 6 months on when I was approaching goal weight.

    Values from Dec. 2014/June 2015/Nov 2015
    Approx Weight 177/165/130
    Chol 230/192/176
    Tri 193/126/82
    HDL 45/39/65
    LDL 146/128/95
    VLDL 39/25/16
    Ratio 5.1/4.9/2.7
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