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Strategies against high cholesterol

  • If your LDL (bad) cholesterol needs to lower, your doctor may recommend making some healthier lifestyle decisions that will involve diet and exercise
  • Eating a low-cholesterol diet and exercising can have a positive effect on your cholesterol numbers
  • The main goal is lowering bad cholesterol numbers1
Tips to
stay active
  • Losing weight may help reduce your triglyceride levels and increase your HDL (good cholesterol)4
  • Be sure to check with your doctor before beginning an exercise program5
  • Remember to warm up and cool down before and after exercise—and to drink fluids5
  • Try different activities to keep exercising interesting—and get a friend to join you5
  • Monitor your activity progress every day: type of exercise, duration, goals, etc.5
  • Listen to your body. If you experience chest pains, excessive shortness of breath, dizziness, or lightheadedness—stop exercising and get medical help5
Tips to
eat healthier
  • Incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables2
  • Include plant sources of protein in your diet (lentils, nuts, beans)3
  • Choose whole grain versions of breads and pastas2
  • Pick brown rice over white rice2
  • Reduce consumption of processed meats such as salami and bacon, which can be high in saturated fat3
  • Broil, roast, or stew meat rather than fry3
  • Make fish part of the menu—salmon, mackerel, and herring are full of omega-3 fatty acids2
  • Restrict dietary cholesterol—rather than whole milk, choose skim. Pick lean cuts of beef and pork, particularly those with “loin” or “round” in the name2,3
  • Know your fats—saturated fat (in red meat) and trans fat (in many store-bought cookies and crackers) increase LDL and total cholesterol levels. Healthier fat sources are olive oil, avocados, almonds, and walnuts2
  • Buy low-fat versions of dairy products such as yogurt, milk, and cheese3
  • Reduce your sodium (salt) intake—nutrition labels provide sodium content3
  • Use liquid vegetable oils and soft margarine rather than shortening or stick margarine3
  • Moderate consumption of alcohol2

Talk to your doctor about diet & exercise

  • To address high cholesterol, it is essential to work with your healthcare team
  • Build a plan that includes a low-cholesterol diet and exercise
  • Discuss your treatment plan with your healthcare team
  • Make sure you’re on the same page as your healthcare team about your goals and next steps
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Uses for TRILIPIX® (fenofibric acid) delayed-release capsules6

  • TRILIPIX should only be used when other measures, such as diet and exercise, have not been enough.
  • TRILIPIX is a prescription medicine used to treat cholesterol in the blood by lowering the total amount of triglycerides and LDL (bad) cholesterol, and increasing the HDL (good) cholesterol. You should be on a low fat and low cholesterol diet while you take TRILIPIX.
  • TRILIPIX is also used along with diet to lower severely high triglycerides. Improving blood sugar control in certain people with diabetes may prevent the need for cholesterol drug therapy.
  • TRILIPIX has not been shown to lower your risk of having heart problems or a stroke.

Important Safety Information for TRILIPIX6

  • TRILIPIX should not be taken by people with liver, gallbladder, or severe kidney disease, nursing mothers, or those allergic to any product ingredient.
  • TRILIPIX can cause muscle pain, tenderness or weakness, which may be symptoms of a rare but serious muscle condition called rhabdomyolysis. In some cases rhabdomyolysis can cause kidney damage and death. The risk of rhabdomyolysis may be higher when TRILIPIX is given with statins. If you take a statin, tell your healthcare provider.
  • Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
  • Some people require blood tests to check for kidney problems while taking TRILIPIX.
  • TRILIPIX can cause liver problems. Blood tests are needed before and during treatment with TRILIPIX to check for liver problems.
  • TRILIPIX may cause inflammation (swelling) of the gallbladder or pancreas. Contact your healthcare provider if you experience abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting.
  • TRILIPIX may cause serious allergic-type reactions, blood clots, and possible changes in some blood test values.
  • If you are pregnant or may become pregnant, talk with your healthcare provider about TRILIPIX. It is not known if TRILIPIX will harm your unborn baby.
  • The most common side effects with TRILIPIX include headache, heartburn (indigestion), nausea, muscle aches, and increases in muscle or liver enzymes that are measured by blood tests.

For more information, talk with your healthcare provider.

References: 1. US Department of Health and Human Services/National Institutes of Health/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Your Guide to Lowering Your Cholesterol With TLC. NIH publication No 06-5235. https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/chol_tlc.pdf. Published December 2005. Accessed May 25, 2018. 2. Mayo Clinic. High cholesterol. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/high-blood-cholesterol/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20350806. Accessed May 25, 2018. 3. Eat Right/Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 25 heart-healthy cooking tips. http://www.eatright.org/resource/food/planning-and-prep/cooking-tips-and-trends/heart-healthy-cooking-tips. Accessed May 25, 2018. 4. Cleveland Clinic. Cholesterol numbers: what do they mean. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/11920-cholesterol-numbers-what-dothey-mean. Accessed May 25, 2018. 5. Cleveland Clinic. Cholesterol guide: exercise tips. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/12111-cholesterol-guide-exercise-tips. Accessed May 25, 2018. 6. TRILIPIX [package insert]. North Chicago, IL: AbbVie Inc.

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*Eligibility: Available to patients with commercial prescription insurance coverage for NIASPAN, TRILIPIX, or TRICOR who meet eligibility criteria. Copay assistance program is not available to patients receiving prescription reimbursement under any federal, state, or government-funded insurance programs (for example, Medicare [including Part D], Medicare Advantage, Medigap, Medicaid, TRICARE, Department of Defense, or Veterans Affairs programs) or where prohibited by law or by the patient’s health insurance provider. If at any time a patient begins receiving prescription drug coverage under any such federal, state, or government-funded healthcare program, patient will no longer be able to use the NIASPAN, TRILIPIX, or TRICOR Savings Card and patient must call Customer Service at 844.415.0681 to stop participation. Patients residing in or receiving treatment in certain states may not be eligible. Patients may not seek reimbursement for value received from the NIASPAN, TRILIPIX, or TRICOR Savings Card from any third-party payers. Offer subject to change or discontinuance without notice. Restrictions, including monthly maximums, may apply. This is not health insurance. Please see full Terms and Conditions.

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Pharmacist Instructions

  • Please submit the copay card authorized for all commercially insured patients by the patient’s primary insurance as a secondary transaction to Customer Service.
  • When you use this card, you are confirming that you have not submitted and will not submit a claim for this prescription for reimbursement under any federal, state, or government-funded healthcare program, such as Medicare (including Part D), Medicare Advantage, Medigap, Medicaid, TRICARE, Department of Defense, or Veterans Affairs programs.
  • Pharmacists with questions, please call Customer Service at 844.415.0681.

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Uses for TRILIPIX® (fenofibric acid) delayed-release capsules6

  • TRILIPIX should only be used when other measures, such as diet and exercise, have not been enough.
  • TRILIPIX is a prescription medicine used to treat cholesterol in the blood by lowering the total amount of triglycerides and LDL (bad) cholesterol, and increasing the HDL (good) cholesterol. You should be on a low fat and low cholesterol diet while you take TRILIPIX.
  • TRILIPIX is also used along with diet to lower severely high triglycerides. Improving blood sugar control in certain people with diabetes may prevent the need for cholesterol drug therapy.
  • TRILIPIX has not been shown to lower your risk of having heart problems or a stroke.