Triglycerides

Triglycerides is a term used to refer to the circulating levels of fatty acids (similar in structure to dietary fatty acids, and Fat Mass) that can be measured via a blood test. Although crucial for energy usage, excessively high circulating Triglycerides is a risk factor for circulatory problems.

   
The Human Effect Matrix looks at human studies (excluding animal/petri-dish studies) to tell you what what supplements affect Triglycerides
GradeLevel of Evidence
ARobust research conducted with repeated double blind clinical trials
BMultiple studies where at least two are double-blind and placebo controlled
CSingle double blind study or multiple cohort studies
DUncontrolled or observational studies only
Level of Evidence
SupplementChange
Magnitude of Effect Size
Scientific ConsensusComments
AFish Oil
Comparative Health Goals evidence only available to buyers of our Supplement-Goals Reference

All information is still available and viewable on their respective supplement page.
ACocoa Extract
AGarlic
ARed Clover Extract
AChromium
BCurcumin
BDehydroepiandrosterone
BConjugated Linoleic Acid
BPolicosanol
BSpirulina
BMagnesium
BBerberine
BPsyllium
BOlive leaf extract
BGrape Seed Extract
BL-Carnitine
BInositol
BNigella sativa
BHesperidin
BAstaxanthin
BVitamin E
BLactobacillus reuteri
CFenugreek
CEphedrine
CGinger
CBlack Cohosh
CPunicic Acid
CWhey Protein
CMelatonin
CVanadium
CArtichoke Extract
CLicorice
CGynostemma pentaphyllum
CHibiscus sabdariffa
CGreen Coffee Extract
CHemp Protein
CNattokinase
CEleutherococcus senticosus
CBenfotiamine
CCissus quadrangularis
CAshwagandha
CCaffeine
CStevia
CResveratrol
CShilajit
CTheaflavins
CEcklonia cava
CEcdysteroids
CSalvia hispanica
CFucoxanthin
CGamma Oryzanol
CGarcinia cambogia
CGanoderma lucidum
CGreen Tea Catechins
CJapanese Knotweed
CIrvingia gabonensis
CMicrolactin
CVitamin C
CVitamin D
CSoy lecithin
CRoyal Jelly
CGuggul
CTetradecyl Thioacetic Acid
CPanax ginseng
CPhosphatidylserine
CKrill Oil
CLactobacillus casei
CVitamin K
CSea Buckthorn
CBlueberry
CZinc
CRooibos
CAnethum graveolens
CCitrullus colocynthis
CCreatine
CTrimethylglycine
CPhosphatidylcholine
CYacon
CRose Hip
CPterostilbene
DCoconut Oil
DAronia melanocarpa
DEclipta alba
DHMB
DPycnogenol
DSafflower Oil
DEmblica officinalis
DRubus coreanus
DPerilla Oil
DPyrroloquinoline quinone
DRuscus aculeatus
DColostrum

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