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Prevention of dyslipidemia in childhood
Different statistical studies show that cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, can start in childhood, due to the interaction of genetic and environmental factors. To avoid this it is important to the prevention of dyslipidemia in children. In this note brindaré information about preventing cholesterol and triglyceride levels in childhood to avoid future complications.
In 1992 he was made first guidelines for preventing cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis. These guidelines focus primarily on lifestyle modification.
The design of the different strategies for prevention of dyslipidemia in children has been controversial because of the importance of both energy intake and nutrients during this stage of growth.
Preventing cholesterol and triglycerides in children
* It is necessary to limit saturated fat intake to less than 10% of daily calories and cholesterol less than 300 mg / day.
* Physical activity is important for 1 hour daily.
* You must identify the type of dyslipidemia that affects, as well as whether or not family history.
With these preventive measures is to achieve certain goals
* Levels of total cholesterol: less than 170 mg / dl.
* Levels of LDL or bad cholesterol: less than 110 mg.
The prevention of dyslipidemia in childhood helps prevent future cardiovascular complications, especially a family history of hypercholesterolemia and / or hypertriglyceridemia.
Having high insulin or insulin resistance is the most common disease in the world. That is why to know what it means to have high insulin or insulin resistance, what are the consequences and how it can detect. Then we will see some of the most common questions related to the issue of high insulin and insulin resistance and the answers to these questions.
Do people who have high insulin or insulin resistance suffer from problems with sugar?
No. People with high insulin or insulin resistance are completely normal sugar. Having high insulin or insulin resistance is not to have diabetes (diabetes is a metabolic disorder, the process that converts the food we eat into energy).
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It is a yellowish fat essential to life. However, when increases its amount in the blood becomes a serious anomaly. Although produced in the liver, about twenty percent atreinta come from what we eat. It is therefore important to monitor food nuestroo.
In addition to a diet high in saturated fat, Cholestero can be caused by liver cirrhosis, uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, thyroid disorder, kidney failure or by a hereditary condition.
To understand the concept and mechanism of cholesterol, one must know that there are two major fats in the blood:
These fats are broken and bind to certain proteins and together they travel through the bloodstream in the form of lipoproteins that are classified as:
* VLDL. Very low density lipoproteins.
* LDL low-density lipoproteins.
* High-density lipoprotein HDL