Health; question as specified above
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23 Aug 2006 16:30 PDT
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Aged person - 80 over - does he/she need animal proteins?
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Re: Health; question as specified above
From: mgnairtvm-ga on 31 Aug 2006 17:49 PDT
Animal meat contains animal fat also. In human nutrition?as far as regions where heart disease is a more common cause of death than starvation are concerned?animal fats are often claimed to be unhealthy due to their association with high cholesterol levels in the blood. Animal fat contains some cholesterol, but saturated fat (a large component of animal fat) stimulates cholesterol production in humans and so animal fat contributes in two ways to cholesterol levels. While elevated blood cholesterol levels have been linked to heart disease, there is no necessary relationship between cholesterol intake and blood cholesterol level. A properly functioning liver regulates the blood cholesterol level by storing and releasing as well as producing and excreting cholesterol as appropriate - primarily as bile. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_fat> In order to have a prolonged lifespan, it is desirable to avoid animal protein and substitute the same with fish protein.(It contains Omega3 fatty acid)
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