A triglyceride level of <150 mg/dL is considered within normal limits. Certain conditions, such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes, elevate triglyceride levels. Hypothyroidism and liver disease also increase triglyceride levels. Malnutrition causes low triglyceride levels. An elevated triglyceride level is a risk factor for atherosclerosis.
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