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    High Triglycerides and Cholesterol - Dangerous Component of Plasma Lipids
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    jsalexa posted:
    Inspire yourself by concentrating on the gain in weight-loss, such as exerting energy to improve health. You can achieve this in reducing intake of saturated fat, trans fat and cholesterol content of your diet, substituting monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (as canola oil, olive oil or liquid margarine) for saturated fats. More so, fatty fishes high in omega-3 fatty acids may be use in place for meats high in saturated fat. Fishes such as mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, albacore tuna and salmon contain high omega-3 fatty acids.
    Alcohol contain elevated amount of calories and has a special potent effect on triglycerides. Even a little amounts of alcohol can elevate triglyceride levels.
    Set a target of at least 30 minutes of moderate to intensive physical activity on four to six days each week. Regular exercise can enhance your cholesterol to a healthy level.
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    billh99 responded:
    "Alcohol contain elevated amount of calories and has a special potent effect on triglycerides. Even a little amounts of alcohol can elevate triglyceride levels."

    Yet, on your website.

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    • You need to drink wine frequently however you need to maintain the quantity in moderation. The consumption of alcohol has need observed to be a healthy and life extending add ups to individual diet but the quantity is maintained in control. Once you will drink about 1 up to 2 glasses everyday then your average years will go longer more than you expect it. Those who drink wine normally experience greater levels of omega 3 fatty acids within their blood lower LDL cholesterol levels and greater HDL cholesterol levels."

    And also

    "Alcohol- with the apology to some American heart association that discourages physician from saying that their patients in terms of advantages in alcohol, one to two drinks each day, hastens to add may lead to some substantial health problems which include heart failure as well as some people who develop such trouble even when it limits their alcohol intake tow or more drinks a day."

    Which is it?

    And your website has absolutely no information about who you are or what the bases is of the "information" that you post.


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