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29631. 17/08/2001
Middle-aged men who eat too many of the fats found in margarine and somecooking oils may face a higher risk of sudden death.A diet high in polyunsaturated fats can lead to an abnormal heartbeat,which can result in sudden cardiac death, doctors warn.Their conclusions are based on a study which links instances of suddendeath to a build-up of 'Free' fatty acids in the bloodstream. Omega-6fatty acids are thought to be most to blame.These are found in margarine, foods fried in polyunsaturated vegetableoils such as sunflower and corn oil, and some processed foods.Omega-3 fatty acids, found in oily fish, tofu and rape seed oil, are morebeneficial.The researchers, based at Hospital Europeen Georges Pompidou in Paris,recorded the levels of free fatty acids in 5,250 men between 42 and 53,who were followed for an average of 22 years. Very high levels of theseacids indicated a greater than 30 per cent risk of sudden cardiac death.This is different from a heart attack, which is usually caused by severelyclogged arteries or a blood clot.Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when the heart starts beating in a chaoticrhythm that makes it unable to pump blood to the rest of the body.Death comes within minutes.Increasing omega-3 fatty acids in the diet and cutting back on omega-6 canreduce the risk of sudden death, the experts concluded.The study is published in the journal Circulation.Nutritionist Lyndel Costain said it was important to maintain the correctbalance of omega-6 and omega-3.'Polyunsaturated fats are good and we need some in our diet to stayhealthy,' she said.'But we've now gone too far the other way, and polyunsaturated fats are ina large number of processed foods.'
29632. 17/08/2001
The run-up in palm oil prices may be showing signs of waning but traderssay the month-long bull run is far from over, noting that the immediatesupport level is RM1,200 a tonne.
29633. 16/08/2001
THE recent improvement in crude palm oil (CPO) prices to the RM1,300 atonne level, from a 17-year low of just under RM700 in February, hasrendered the initiative to use the commodity as fuel for power generationnot only unnecessary, but also non-viable.
29634. 16/08/2001
BULLISH export data for Malaysia's crude palm oil (CPO) failed to attractinvestors' interest in plantation counters yesterday as players were takenaback by the sharp decline in CPO prices in both spot and futures markets,analysts say.
29635. 16/08/2001
CESS collected to support the crude palm oil (CPO) burning project,amounting to RM1.2 million, will go to the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)to finance the ongoing research and development (R and D) of the project.
29636. 16/08/2001
A LEGAL claim for US$25.76 million (US$1 = RM3.80) has been filed againstKumpulan Guthrie Bhd by Indonesia's P.T. Adhiyasa Saranamas which isalleging breach of contract by the Malaysian company.
29637. 16/08/2001
IPOH - The deal on the minimum wages for rubber tappers and generalworkers in estates is expected to be sealed before year end and will beimplemented early next year.
29638. 15/08/2001
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 (Bernama) -- Malaysia's total crude palm oil (CPO)production in July declined 3.01 percent or 27,792 tonnes to RM897,063tonnes from 924,855 tonnnes in June, according to the preliminary figuresreleased by Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB).
29639. 15/08/2001
NEW DELHI, Aug 13 (Bernama) -- With the festive season in India fastapproaching, the demand for edible oil has started to increase.
29640. 15/08/2001
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 (Bernama) -- The Felda settlers of Jengka 15 in theMaran district of Pahang had depended on their oil palms aka the "goldentree" for their livelihood for about 25 years but poor prices and fallingoutput two years ago had taken a toll on their incomes.
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