How do I reduce triglycerides, not cholesterol

Diet in case of lipid metabolism disorders

Bread and side dishes such as pasta, rice, potatoes
(max. 2 servings / day)Whole grain bread, whole grain cereal products,
in particular from oats (oat bran), barley, spelled, rye;
Whole grain pasta, brown rice, jacket potatoesWhite bread, toast, rusks, wheat and milk rolls, croissants,
Durum wheat noodles, peeled rice, potato and sweet potato products such as French fries, croquettes, potato pancakesSweets and snacksRaw vegetables, nutsSweet baked goods, sweets, sweet dairy products, savory biscuits, chips, flipsfruit
(2 servings / day)Apples, apricots, apricots, blackberries, clementines, strawberries, grapefruit, blueberries, raspberries, currants, sour cherries, kiwi, nectarine, papaya, orange, plums, peaches, gooseberries, watermelon, plums;
Less common: high-sugar fruits like banana, persimmon (sharon), grapes, sweet cherries, pineapple, mango, and honeydew melon
Pear.Sugared fruit preserves, candied fruit, dried fruit, fruit pureevegetables
(3 servings / day)All types of lettuce, avocado, beans, soybeans, lentils, peas, peppers, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, fennel, aubergines, artichokes, spinach, zucchini, all types of cabbage, radishes, asparagus, sauerkraut, all types of mushroomsCornNuts and seeds
(approx. 40 g / day)Almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, cashews, macadamia, pine nuts, pumpkin seeds; moderately Sunflower seedsPeanuts and salted nutsfats and oils
(approx. 2-3 tbsp / day)Olive oil, rapeseed oil, walnut oil, linseed oil, wheat germ oil; Butter (no more than 15 g per day)Pork and goose lard,
Clarified butter, palm fat,
Mayonnaise, sunflower oil, safflower oilbeverages
(approx. 2 liters / day)Water, unsweetened tea and up to 3 cups of coffeeFruit juice, soft drinks, cocoa, alcohol: a maximum of 1 glass of white wine (not red wine!) Or 0.33 liters
Beer a dayfish and seafood (2 times a week, approx. 150 g)Without skin: eel, trout, halibut, herring, cod, carp, salmon, mackerel, matjes, plaice, sole, turbot, tuna; (not for high blood pressure) Shellfish such as crayfish, prawns, lobsters, crabs, shrimpsAnchovies, sardines, anchovies, sprats;
Fish pickled in mayonnaise or creamSausages and meat (max. 1-2 times a week, approx. 150 g)Turkey breast cuts, corned beef;
lean white meat such as chicken, turkey,
vealLeberwurst, Mettwurst, Teewurst, Weißwurst, Salami, Ham bacon, Mortadella, Meat sausage, Bockwurst, Bratwurst (!), Black pudding, Minced meat, Meat cheese / Leberkäse, Neck meat, Bacon; breaded meatEggs, dairy and
Dairy products, cheeseEggs: a maximum of 4 per week in low-fat preparation;
Milk 1.5% fat, buttermilk, quark up to 20% fat, natural yoghurt 1.5% fat.
Cheese up to 40% fat i. Tr .:
Semi-hard cheese, soft cheese, feta, mozzarella - particularly lean: Harz cheese, grainy cream cheeseMayonnaise;
Cream, sour cream and creme fraiche;
Sweetened milk products such as pudding, rice pudding, fruit yoghurt, fruit quark, cocoa preparations, fruit buttermilk, ice cream