Is good fat really useful?

                 "Good cholesterol or HDL Cholerterol" is beneficial to the body. Can help reduce the risk of coronary artery disease And blood clots in the brain if you have a high level of cholesterol in the body higher than 60 mg / dL. But many people, mostly Going to check the body and found that the level of HDL Cholesterol in the body is lower than the threshold. In women there is a good cholesterol lower than 50 mg / dL and in men with a lower cholesterol than 40 mg / dL.

                By means of helping to increase the level of good fats in the body There are many ways you can lose weight in people who are overweight. Exercise Stop smoking And for the food itself. It helps a lot in increasing the level of good fats in the body. The foods that help increase the level of good fats in the body are foods in groups that contain unsaturated fatty acids, especially Omega 3 fatty acids and Omega 9 fatty acids.

               Foods that contain omega-3 fatty acids, such as in the group of deep-sea fish, sardines, salmon, chia seeds, flax seeds, or walnuts.

                For foods that are omega-9 fatty acids, such as avocado, black sesame, almonds, if it is the oil used to make food. Is a group of canola oil, rice bran oil, in addition to having omega-9 fatty acids. Can still endure heat well Can be used to cook fried or fried foods that require high heat. Which is another good option That will be used instead of general vegetable oils that are mostly saturated fatty acids.

                 If anyone wants to eat more In the group of supplements Will have in the part of Fish oil containing omega 3 acid. It can help increase the good fat in the body. But because the supplement of each brand Will have an uneven concentration of omega-3 acids The right amount of each person Depending on age And the problems of individual health Which is different

               Therefore, before eating it is recommended to take supplements to eat and consult a doctor. For the benefit of health care.

 

Information provided by: Dr. Narumon Thongsriiam
Compiled by: Medisci