Editorial: Dietary Fat
Melaku Tafese Awulachew*
Food Science and Nutrition Research, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Ethiopia
*Corresponding Author: Melaku Tafese Awulachew, Food Science and Nutrition Research, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Ethiopia.
June 20, 2022; Published: August 01, 2022
Cardiovascular disease is still the world’s leading cause of death . Dyslipidemia is one of the most important risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Treatment of dyslipidemia with pharmaceutical or lifestyle therapies has been found to reduce cardiovascular disease-related mortality [2,3], emphasizing the relevance of addressing dyslipidemia in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Dyslipidemia is caused by a disruption in lipoprotein metabolism, of which dietary fat absorption is a prominent component. Therefore, it is essential to understand how the small intestine absorbs dietary lipids and transport them as lipoproteins, namely chylomicrons and very low-density lipoproteins.
Keywords: Absorption Advance; Apolipoprotein; Lipoprotein; Lipid; Gut; Chylomicron; Very Low-Density Lipoproteins; Lymph; Bile Acid
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