At the same time, the changes in triglycerides between the experimental group and the control group were statistically significant, meaning that there was really a "big difference". "If you eat it again, it will explode!" Jiang Wenwen raised his voice and reminded that at least people with high triglycerides should consider not eating oatmeal, so as not to benefit from it and suffer from it first. Because he has encountered several cases of people eating oatmeal trying to lower blood lipids, but the triglyceride increased instead.
He had the opportunity to speak up at the international seminar, and he also took the initiative to communicate with the industry, hoping that the industry would not exaggerate the oatmeal. It is hoped that the industry, government and academia will face up to this whatsapp list issue and study it well. capture-7 Photo Credit: Professor Lin Qingshun's blog First of all, the "triglyceride (a type of cholesterol)" in this passage is really absurd.
Triglycerides are also called triglycerides, and they are chemical substances formed by the combination of three "fatty acids" and "glycerol" (also commonly known as "fat", see picture below). Since the backbone of fatty acids is a "carbon chain", and the "carbon chain" can be long or short (the dotted lines in the picture below represent different lengths), there are many types of triglycerides (ie "fat"). Please see if MCT oil is really so good? . capture1 Photo Credit: Professor Lin Qingshun's blog However, cholesterol is just a single chemical substance (molecular formula is C 27 H 46 O), and it is completely different from "triglycerides" (see the picture below).