You must have heard someone advise you to avoid eating chicken skin, seafood, organs because these foods contribute to the risk of cardiovascular damage. However, Dr. Hoang Cong Duong - Head of Cardiology Department of CarePlus, does not think so.
Read the doctor's analysis below to find out the truth about "eating fat increases blood fat"!
BENEFITS BLOOD CODE - HARMFUL BLOOD CODE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Does eating fat cause hyperlipidemia?
The food that we eat is just the ingredients. The liver is responsible for taking these materials to convert them into an energy source for the body in the body.
The liver is also the place to take materials and synthesize them into "blood fats," namely cholesterol, triglycerides (and some other substances).
If you don't eat fat, the fat goes straight into the blood, causing blood fat.
2. Why do some people eat almost no fat, are abstinent or vegetarian, but go to the doctor, their blood fat is still high?
Some people have a unique "body," with the same amount of ingredients from food intake, and their liver tends to synthesize blood fat components such as cholesterol more than others.
The liver also tends to increase the synthesis of lousy fat more than usual if you are overweight or obese, do not exercise, smoke, or have certain medical conditions.
3. If the body causes the fat in the blood, where do you need to limit your diet?
Not true; diet still plays a part in controlling blood fat in particular and the risk of atherosclerosis in general.
Eating too many calories causes overweight and obesity, which is also a cardiovascular risk factor.
A healthy and balanced diet and other measures such as exercise and balanced mental life all contribute to reducing blood fat to the best extent possible.
4. If you want to prevent atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease, what should you avoid?
The first thing you must remember to avoid is fast food such as french fries, fried chicken, pizza, ultra-processed foods such as sausages, cheese, snack confectionery, chocolate, instant noodles, and sugary drinks such as soft drinks, milk tea.
These are foods that have been shown to increase the risk of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.
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