Vegetable Oil Lower Cholesterol, but Trigger Heart Disease

Sunrev - or polyunsaturated fats known as omega-3 and omega-6 are known to have important benefits for health.

However, a recent review of several studies suggest, polyunsaturated fats are not necessarily have such benefits that have been claimed many food labels.

According to a review published Canadian Medical Association Journal, particularly on vegetable oils that claim to contain omega-6,
but lack of omega-3 actually has a negative effect on health. This is due to an imbalance of the type of polyunsaturated fat in it.

The researchers assert, certain vegetable oils should not be categorized as a healthy food.
Because these products only contain omega-6 fatty acids are high and low in omega-3, so it
is not balanced.

In general, replacing saturated fats with polyunsaturated fats may reduce the risk of death from coronary heart disease (CHD). But
according to the researchers, if not balanced, polyunsaturated fatty acids may not necessarily reduce the risk.

Know the unsaturated fatty acids
Components in foods can be broken down into several chemical elements. Fat is a component
that is found in many types of food, especially in meat and beans. The type of fat that is found can vary within each type of food, such
as saturated fat, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated. Digolongan so because these types of fat have different chemical structures.

In fact, without the polyunsaturated fats, the brain can not function properly. However,
because the body can not produce itself, then we need to eat certain foods that contain these nutrients.
Especially omega-3 fatty acids are found in fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna.

Nutrients can also be found in walnuts. Meanwhile, omgea-6 fatty acids are found in nuts and seeds, such as vegetable oils include corn oil, soybean oil, and sunflower oil.

Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. While omega-6 is
known to reduce "bad" cholesterol or low density lipoprotein (LDL).
Well, because the two types of polyunsaturated fatty acids that have long been well known for
health, then a new analysis from the University of Toronto is pretty much a surprise. They even found, vegetable oils rich in omega-6 fatty acids but no omega-3 diimbagi by itself increase the risk of heart disease.

Analysis of "imbalance" was based on a study published last February. The study involved a
group of participants who changed their consumption of fats into vegetable oil. rich in omega-6 fatty acids, but lack of omega-3.

As a result, the levels of "bad" cholesterol in their body is reduced, but there is an increase
in the rate of death from cardiovascular disease and CHD. Therefore, they conclude, the
consumption of vegetable oils rich in omega-6 alone is not enough to reduce the risk of death associated with cardiovascular disease, but
also must be balanced with the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids.

Ditulis Oleh : Admin

Anda sedang membaca artikel berjudul Vegetable Oil Lower Cholesterol, but Trigger Heart Disease yang ditulis oleh sunrev yang berisi tentang : Dan Maaf, Anda tidak diperbolehkan mengcopy paste artikel ini.

Jika Anda menyukai Artikel di blog ini, Silahkan berlangganan gratis via email, dengan begitu Anda akan mendapat kiriman artikel setiap ada artikel yang terbit di sunrev

0 komentar :

Posting Komentar

Berkomentarlah yang baik...
Mohon hindari spam, sara, pornografi, dan jangan meningalkan link hidup di komentar.

Kritik dan saran anda selalu kami tunggu.

Back to top