Hypertriglyceridemia in Las Vegas, NV

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A high level of triglycerides, a certain type of fat in the blood, is called hypertriglyceridemia. Our bodies get some triglycerides from foods, like butter and oils, but when you consume more calories than needed, the body converts them into triglycerides. These elevated fats may contribute to pancreatitis or hardening of the arteries, increasing the risk of stroke, heart attack, and heart disease. However, there are no symptoms of having elevated triglycerides. Our Clinical Research of South Nevada team conducts studies on this condition, testing medications and monitoring the progression or regression of the condition. Schedule a consultation with our clinical research team to find out if you qualify to participate in our study.

A common disorder in the United States, hypertriglyceridemia is often caused or worsened by uncontrolled diabetes, obesity, and an inactive lifestyle. Clinical research studies explore hypertriglyceridemia as a risk factor for coronary artery disease. We assess elevated triglycerides through lab work to determine lipoprotein abnormalities, which cause hypertriglyceridemia. The condition is typically treated with medications. We also recommend taking fish oil and Vitamin B-3 (niacin), as well as losing weight, exercising, eating a healthy diet, and restricting alcohol.

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Our team at Clinical Research of South Nevada will make every effort to research your condition and improve your quality of life. If you are diagnosed with hypertriglyceridemia, we invite you to take the first step to regain your health by contacting our research team in Las Vegas, NV. Our skilled, compassionate practitioners are passionate about providing patients with effective, exceptional care.

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What foods should I avoid if I have hypertriglyceridemia?

If you have hypertriglyceridemia, the team at Clinical Research of South Nevada recommends you limit foods high in saturated and trans fats, like red meat, fried foods, and high-fat dairy products. You should also back on sugary foods and beverages, such as soda, candy, baked goods, and refined grains like white bread. Additionally, restrict alcohol as it can significantly increase triglyceride levels. Instead, focus on lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and healthy fats.

What happens if hypertrigycerdemia goes untreated?

If hypertriglyceridemia goes untreated, it can lead to serious health issues. High triglyceride levels can contribute to atherosclerosis, which is the thickening and hardening of artery walls and increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. Extremely high levels can cause pancreatitis, an inflammatory condition that can damage the pancreas and lead to complications like diabetes and malnutrition.

What are the symptoms of hypertriglyceridemia?

In most cases, hypertriglyceridemia does not have any symptoms. However, in severe cases or if the condition leads to pancreatitis, symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting can occur.

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