Senin, 06 Mei 2013

Eggs Can Increase Heart Attack Cause Intestinal Bacteria

Eggs Can Increase Heart Attack Cause Intestinal Bacteria

Eggs are often accused of being one of the triggers of cardiovascular problems. Because the yolk contains cholesterol is high. But, did you? Turns eggs can also affect the risk of heart disease in a different way. There is a link between eating eggs with an increase in the number of bacteria in the stomach. This bacterial activity which helped increase the risk of heart disease. According to a study published New England Journal of Medicine, was quoted as saying She Knows.

The trigger remains in the egg yolk. In this section there is a substance called lecithin. Lecithin affects gut bacteria and lead to increased risk of heart disease. When the body digests lecithin, will bring up the chemical reactions and form choline. Intestinal bacteria metabolize immediately trigger the release of substances choline and trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO). TMAO substance that increases the risk of heart attack and stroke while high numbers.

From these findings the researchers strongly suspect that the cause of heart disease have other lines, namely the influence of bacterial activity in the gut. Therefore, reducing the influx of egg yolk may be one way to prevent cardiovascular disease.

     "Heart disease may involve microbes in our intestines," said Dr. Stanley Hazen, the study leader, who is also chairman of the department of cellular and molecular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute.

Researchers expect the results of this study can be used as an initial step to create a drug that acts to reduce the number of TMAO in overcoming heart problems. And, these results also corroborate the theory that reducing fatty foods it needs to be done in order to maintain cardiovascular health of any person.

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