Saturated and unsaturated fats

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Saturated and unsaturated fats

Post by Mastermind » Wed Sep 07, 2005 7:04 pm

Hi i'm new to this site. i'm Rob.
But, can you tell me what you think the implications of saturated and unsaturated fat are on human health?

Thanks 8)

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Post by mothorc » Thu Sep 08, 2005 7:04 am

Both saturase and unsaturase fat will breakdown to acetyl CoA for energy.
I think the different is cholesteron's high content in unsaturase fat.
Another ideas ?

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Post by victor » Thu Sep 08, 2005 10:59 am

Um, usually, based on health journal that I've read..saturated fat or hydrogenised fat gives more LDL that is bad for our health compared to HDL which is good for our health.
Many of LDL is believed as arteriosclerosis maker and it's contained many in saturated fats.
In unsaturated fats, there are two groups of it..Plural-unsaturated fats and singular-unsaturated fats.
Singular-unsaturated fats, e.g. lecytin or Phosphaditylcholine has proven its ability to lower the amount of saturated fats in the blood vessels.

As for information, saturated fats are usually contained in snacks and fast foods..so..beware of them.. :wink:
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