Michael Miller from the University of Maryland School of Medicine: What Do Triglycerides Really Mean in Cardiac Health?

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There are many factors to consider when looking at a patient's overall cardiac health. When doctors are reading charts with blood pressure, LDL, and others it can make finding the right course of treatment a challenge when looking to find the right medication. Sometimes, especially when it comes to triglycerides alternative medicine can be a valuable option to consider.

There are many factors to consider when looking at a patient's overall cardiac health. When doctors are reading charts with blood pressure, LDL, and others it can make finding the right course of treatment a challenge when looking to find the right medication. Sometimes, especially when it comes to triglycerides alternative medicine can be a valuable option to consider.

Michael Miller, MD, from the University of Maryland School of Medicine discussed how these factors can be considered in care during the American College of Cardiology's annual meeting in Chicago. Miller said spices like cardamom, cinnamon, or cocoa powder can also help reduce triglycerides along with other lifestyle changes.

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