The root cause of hyperlipidemia is that the body’s metabolism of cholesterol is abnormal, not because of too much lipid intake. In fact, studies have long found that there is no clear relationship between the amount of cholesterol in human blood and the amount of cholesterol in the outside world. Of course, if the function of lipid metabolism is not good, it is not harmful, and it must be harmful to reduce blood fat.
Eggs contain the amino acids that humans need. The protein absorption rate of eggs in eggs can reach more than 90%. It is a high-quality protein containing fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamin E and vitamin A. It also contains nutrients such as iron, calcium and zinc, and the fat in eggs is mainly concentrated. In the egg yolk, but in these lipids, it contains “good fat” such as DHA and EPA. These fats not only help the intestinal triglyceride excretion, but also protect the nervous system. Studies have found that eating one egg a day does not adversely affect total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein in hyperlipidemia patients, while those with high blood lipids who insist on eating eggs every day have high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (good cholesterol). The average level is higher than that of patients with high blood lipids who do not eat eggs.
For high blood lipid patients to eat eggs, give you the following three tips:
- Don’t overdo it, just one a day. Eating too many eggs, excess nutrients, causing a burden on the metabolic system, also has an adverse effect on weight control.
- Boiled eggs are healthier than fried or scrambled eggs.
- Pay attention to the diet. If you eat 1 egg every day, but other diets are not controlled, the high-fat and high-sugar diet will not change, which will lead to elevated cholesterol levels, which is not good for your health.