Sometimes it take more than diet and exercise to lower cholesterol
More than a third of adults in the U.S. have high levels of fat, also called lipids, in their blood. There are two types of lipids in the blood: cholesterol and triglycerides. We're researching a new investigational medication composed of omega-3 that may work together with diet and exercise to help lower blood lipid, triglyceride, levels. If you have high triglycerides, high blood fats (hyperlipidemia) or high cholesterol, we invite you to learn more about the Trilogy 2 Study.
At high levels, triglycerides can cause problems with your heart, blood vessels, or pancreas.
Although it's a common problem, many of us are not aware of how to manage our high triglycerides. Studies have consistently linked triglycerides levels with heart disease, heart attacks, and stroke, especially in people with low levels of "good" HDL cholesterol and in those with type 2 diabetes.
The good news is that there's a lot you can do on your own to lower triglycerides and improve heart health. The main treatments to lower triglycerides levels are diet and exercise. But sometimes medication is also needed.
The TRILOGY 2 study is researching a potential new medication that may work together with diet and exercise to help lower triglyceride levels.
About High Triglycerides
The TRILOGY 2 STUDY
Managing triglycerides levels is an important part of preventing heart disease. The TRILOGY 2 Study will look at a potential new investigational medication to see whether it can reduce the amount of triglyceride
(a type of fat) in your blood. Diet and exercise are the main way to lower triglycerides, but sometimes medication is also needed.
Who can take part in the TRILOGY 2 Study:
What can you expect from the Trilogy 2 Study:
Have a diagnosis of high triglycerides or high blood lipis/fats (hyperlipidemia) or high cholesterol
Are at least 18 years of age
Agree to follow a specific heart-healthy diet and exercise program as best you can during the study
Study-related procedures will include vital signs, blood draws, exams by a study physician and questionnaires
All study-related care is provided at no cost
you do not need health insurance to participate
Compensation for time and travel (per visit) may also be available
Questions about this study? Contact us at:
Phone: (847) 526-2151 Email: