Saturday, September 21, 2013

What kind of diet is for high blood lipid patients?

Dyslipidemia refers to abnormalities in fat metabolism or operation, characterized by low density lipoprotein, triglyceride, total cholesterol increases or decline in high-density lipoprotein.

Diet control is the most important
No matter which kind of dyslipidemia, diet is the most important and most basic treatment. Studies reveal that long-term adherence to the diet treatment can lower the blood lipids by 10% or even 20%. For mild blood lipids abnormalities, as long as they adhere to the diet, no medication is required. For those with high blood fat, at the same time of taking the medicine, dietary therapy is necessary, or the curative effect will be reduced due to unreasonable diet.

For, dyslipidemia patients, daily cholesterol intake should not exceed 300 mg (equivalent to the cholesterol in one egg yolk ). For patients of coronary heart disease or other atherosclerosis, daily cholesterol intake should be reduced to 200 mg per day. Animal organs (liver, kidney, stomach, brain, etc.) and suet, tallow, lard(fat), egg(mainly the egg yolk), squid, scallop, squid, crab roe all contain a lot of cholesterol. Daily intake of more than 75 grams of meat, weekly intake of more than four eggs and fried foods for more than five times a week all belong to reasonable diet.

Seafood such as kelp, seaweed, etc.
Dark-colored or melon vegetables such as carrot, pumpkin, wax gourd, balsam pear, kale, spinach, etc. Bitterguard have good heat clearing effect which is favorable for patients with obesity and dampness.
Mushrooms are of high protein, low fat which have the toxin expelling and anti-cancer effect.

Onion is rich in a variety of vitamins and trace elements and contain almost no fat. It has the effect of reducing harmful blood lipids and soften blood vessels.
Legumes such as soy beans, black beans, red beans, etc. are a good source of proteins. They are conducive for the prevention and treatment of dyslipidemia and coronary heart disease (CHD) health food and beneficial to the prevention of disease of heart head blood-vessel.

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