Trace Liquid Coenzyme Q10 Drink: The King of Chronic Diseases with Hyperlipidemia! Don

The "Report on the Nutrition and Chronic Disease Status of Chinese Residents (2020)" shows that the overall incidence of hyperlipidemia among residents aged 18 and above in China is as high as 35.6%, which has caused a serious disease burden.

Hyperlipidemia refers to elevated blood lipids, including hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, and so on. Hyperlipidemia may not cause any uncomfortable feeling, but it may cause a series of diseases, such as atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease and stroke. And trace's coenzyme Q10 drink can reduce the risk of myocardial infarction in patients with hyperlipidemia and coronary atherosclerosis.


In addition, to prevent the occurrence of such phenomena, we can also start from the aspect of diet.

According to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Adults with Hyperlipidemia (2023 Edition) issued by the National Health Commission, limiting the intake of total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and trans fatty acids is an important measure to prevent hyperlipidemia and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.

⚠️ Therefore, you must remember these 6 key points to help you easily eat "high blood lipids"!

1. Low oil content


The recommended cooking oil for adult hyperlipidemia dietary guidelines is within 25 grams. You may not be able to get used to it at first, but I believe that as you gradually reduce and control oil, you can gradually adapt to a light and light diet with less oil.

2. Strict control of saturated fatty acid intake


The "Dietary Guidelines for Adult Hyperlipidemia" emphasizes that saturated fatty acid intake should be controlled within 10% of total energy, and if it is hypercholesterolemia, it should be controlled within 7%. Fatty meats such as beef brisket, fat beef, lamb skewers, and pork belly should be eaten less. As for lard, butter, coconut oil, and palm oil with higher saturated fatty acid content, don't even touch them.

3. Strictly control cholesterol intake

The guidelines suggest that for hyperlipidemia, daily cholesterol should be less than 300 milligrams, and for hypercholesterolemia, daily cholesterol should be less than 200 milligrams. Animals with high cholesterol levels should also eat less brain and viscera. According to the dietary guidelines for Chinese residents, it is recommended to eat two to three times a month, each time around 25 grams (two thin slices of pig liver).

4. Trans fatty acids should not exceed 2 grams per day


The guidelines recommend that the intake of trans fatty acids should not exceed 2 grams per day. The key to controlling trans fatty acid intake is to control fried foods. You should pay attention to eating less of this type of food in terms of diet.

5. Variety of food, no less than 12 types per day


There should be no less than 12 types of food per day and no less than 25 types per week, with each meal consisting of staple foods, vegetables, and protein. There are 2 types of staple foods per meal, 2 types of vegetables per meal, and at least 1 type of protein per meal. You can also eat some fruits and nuts with an extra meal.

6. Guaranteed daily 25 to 40 grams of dietary fiber

Adequate dietary fiber can help lower cholesterol levels. So it's best to mix the main food in a thick and thin texture, and eat up to 1 kilogram of vegetables every day.

In addition to paying attention to your daily diet, you should also remember to undergo regular physical examinations and take your cardiovascular problems seriously. High risk individuals should undergo at least one physical examination every year, and those with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular problems should undergo a follow-up examination within 3-6 months.


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