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How to choose the right type of "fat" to reduce the risk of heart disease - atherosclerosis

Choose foods such as fat that are appropriate for the body. Andสล็อตเติมtrue wallet ไม่มีขั้นต่ำ2020เครดิตฟรีshould avoid foods such as trans fats. If consumed in excess It will cause high fat in the blood vessels, which can be harmful to health.
Dr. Somsak Ankasil, Director-General of the Medical Department, said that fat is an important source of energy for the body. It is a source of fatty acids that are essential for growth. skin balance Fat is the source of many hormones, fat is also responsible for the transport and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin K, etc. Consumption of certain types of fat in excess. Will have a negative effect on the body, especially trans fats that cause inflammation of the blood vessels, increasing the risk of coronary heart disease. resulting in myocardial ischemia And there is a risk of having a stroke.

Dr. Anek Kanoksilp, Director of the Chest Disease Institute, Department of Medical Services, added that Dietary fats can be divided into four main types: saturated fats, monounsaturated fats, and monounsaturated fats. (Monounsaturated fat), polyunsaturated fat (Polyunsaturated fat) and Trans fat (Trans fat)

Saturated fat
It is solid when heated below 25°C. It is often found in food sources such as meat and dairy products such as pork, beef, chicken with skin, fat, butter, cheese. Some vegetable oils also contain saturated fatty acids such as oils. Palm or coconut oil Suitable for high heat frying

monounsaturated fat (Monounsaturated fat)
It's often found in vegetable oils like olive, sesame or safflower oil, avocado, fatty fish like tuna, mackerel or salmon, and nuts or whole grains. Monounsaturated fats help lower bad cholesterol levels. Reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke as well as causing the body to receive essential fatty acids that cannot be created by itself less heat resistant than saturated fat Can be fried and fried

polyunsaturated fat (Polyunsaturated fat)
Often found in vegetable oils such as soybean oil. corn oil or sunflower oil Nuts and seeds This type of fat reduces the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. Reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke provide nutrients that strengthen the cells in the body and get the essential fatty acids in the body Cannot make their own, such as omega 6 and omega 3, but the least heat-tolerant fats Consuming monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids will provide more benefits to your body than consuming saturated or trans fats.

Trans fat
caused by use Polyunsaturated fats are transformed by adding bubbles from partially hydrogenated oil (Partially Hydrogenated Oil) to vegetable oils, converting them from liquid to solid or semi-liquid state into saturated fats such as margarine, shortening, margarine, cream. Artificial and in addition to trans fats that are produced by themselves. Trans fats can also be found naturally in animal products such as meat and milk. but in small quantities The consumption of trans fats will result in an increase in bad cholesterol (LDL) levels. Reduce good cholesterol (HDL) levels, thereby increasing the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke. It also causes obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure. malfunctioning liver Gallstones Therefore, we should avoid foods that contain this type of fat.

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