What Is The Difference Between Triglycerides and Cholesterol? Triglycerides are the most common type of fat in our body which is found in our blood. The liver produced triglycerides as well as from the foods we eat. Most of the time we consume more calories than our body needs. The calories needed by our body are burnt as energy. When the calories input is higher than the output, the body converts these extra calories into triglycerides and stores them in fat cells. Cholesterol is used to build cells and hormones. Triglycerides level in our blood is always increase after meal and takes a few hoursRead More →

Positive and negative, yin with yang, good versus bad, male together with female, it takes two to Tango indeed. Cholesterol isn’t any different than many others. We’re all familiar with the term of the good cholesterol versus the bad cholesterol, but for some of us it’s not easy to understand even which one is which. The good type of cholesterol is HDL, stands for High Density Lipoproteins. Lipo means fat, so it’s pretty tricky for me as a non medical background person to get it right. For many years I personally always think that somehow the high density lipo(fat)proteins sounds dangerous and is the oneRead More →