Foods that cause heart disease

Foods that cause heart disease
Many people have ever experienced (or are currently experiencing) problems or high cholesterol triglycerides consequences, and what they should do is to eat less beef omelets and junk food. Do you know what to eat or not eat to avoid this problem? The correct way to call these pathologies is hypertriglyceridemia (high triglycerides) or hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol), and there are different causes.  Hypertriglyceridemia is caused due to foods rich in carbohydrates, and its excessive consumption. Imagine eating cereal with milk early morning, eating biscuits mid-morning, consuming rice, and 5 omelets during lunch, in the afternoon some fried tacos and plenty of alcohol at night. These are clear examples of a diet that could lead to hypertriglyceridemia. Eating foods rich in excessive animal cholesterol is the cause of the occurrence of hypercholesterolemia: beef or pork more than 3 or 4 times a week, mayonnaise, fried foods, fatty cheeses, whole milk, etc. Moreover, the two conditions have other factors that influence their occurrence, such as age, sex, heredity, body weight, medications, physical activity and the presence of diseases like diabetes and hypertension. The problem with these two conditions is that with the passage of time, they can lead to coronary heart disease, when an artery is plugged by the formation of an atheroma (plaque rigid fat and other elements such as calcium) and artery becomes hard and thick. About this atheroma may cause a thrombus (clot) and this in turn, it is clear from the artery, can travel through the bloodstream as piston and cover any other artery, which if important to irrigate some blood to the heart, can lead to a heart attack and even death. Foods you should avoid consuming too much suffering if hypertriglyceridemia are: pasta, cookies, donuts, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, sugar, flour, fried, honey, jam, caramel, tortillas, cereal box, and saturated fats in general (butter, oils, pork, etc.). Those who did you eat are legumes like beans, beans and lentils, fruit and vegetable skins, whole grains such as oatmeal, whole wheat bread, brown rice, lean meats like chicken or fish. In both cases it is advisable to consult with a doctor to first check the exact levels of triglycerides and cholesterol in blood.

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