Hyperlipidemia • hyperlipoproteinemia or dyslipidemia • is the presence of raised or abnormal levels of lipids and/or lipoproteins in the blood Classifications: Hyperlipoproteinemia

type I • elevated chylomicron, triglyceridesmand cholesterol due to a defect in ezyme lipoprotein lipase • signs/symptoms-abdominal pain due to pancreatitis; lipidemia Hyperlipoproteinemia type II • type IIa- high levels of blood cholesterol, high LDL and VLDL • type IIb- high levels of blood cholesterol, high LDL and VLDL and triglycerides Hyperlipoproteinemia type III • high chylomicrons and LDL Hyperlipoproteinemia type IV • high triglycerides, VLDL, and cholesterol • also known as hypertriglyceridemia Hyperlipoproteinemia type V • high levels of chylomicrons and VLDL • elevated blood triglycerides and cholesterol Diet Prescription- Fat controlled diets, calorie restricted, carbohydrate controlled Replace low fat material with high fat to reduce fat and cholesterol. For example, replace full fat milk with skim milk; replace coconut milk juice with low fat milk plus coconut oil; replace barter,lard with olive oil and camellia oil,or other plant oil; replace mayonnaise with net taste of low-fat cheese; replace chocolate with cocoa powder. -- Keep nutriment balance per 100g,increasing moderately soybean and its product,fresh vegetables and fruits. -- Take out peel and fat meat when cooking meat. -- Replace coarse grain with refined grain For sugar intake, eat more amylose and outer-type sugar such as oatmeal, bread, potato, beans, rice,etc. Abstain from outer-type sugar such as cane sugar, honey, cake, cookies,and candy, etc. Reducing usage of cooking oil. The best is to use methods of steaming, boiling, stewing, boiling and simmer, roasting, heating with vapor in airtight vessel,etc., avoiding deep-fry,pan-fry,quickfry.

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