lipemia

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lipemia

[li′pē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of a fine emulsion of fatty substance in the blood. Also known as lipidemia; lipoidemia.
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Re-esterified palm oils, compared to native palm oil, do not alter fat absorption, postprandial lipemia or growth performance in broiler chicks.
Hypertriglyceridemia, mostly due to excessive production of large, buoyant VLDL1 particles, low HDL-C, preponderance of the small dense LDL particles subclass and prolonged postprandial lipemia have been briefly reviewed, and the major role of insulin resistance has been emphasized.
Effect of exercise timing on postprandial lipemia in hypertriglyceridemic men.
HDL above 40 and triglycerides below 200 are usually considered to be healthy, though there's some concern that problems like smaller, denser LDL and postprandial lipemia start at triglyceride levels of 150.
Indeed, one of the problems of diabetic dyslipidemia is excessive postprandial lipemia along with increased plasma triglycerides and low concentrations of HDL cholesterol, derangements that each may contribute to the increased risk of developing atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease in diabetes (12, 14-16,26-30).
Although a previous report from our laboratory showed a decrease in postprandial lipemia 16 hours after this exercise protocol (Pafili et al.
For this reason, alcoholic drinks should be consumed regularly and with meals, which slows absorption and decreases endothelial dysfunction and postprandial lipemia, the cardiologist advised.
Very low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets affect fasting lipids and postprandial lipemia differently in overweight men.
94 (3,12), and the daylong capillary TG profiles correlated with postprandial lipemia as assessed by standardized oral fat loading tests (12).
It is now known that the characteristic IR-associated dyslipidemia also includes a shift to smaller, denser LDL particles (pattern B), enhanced postprandial lipemia, and decreased concentration of the more buoyant HDL particle, HDL, (3-5).