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    doubts about technical term

    I would like to know the translation of a portuguese word into English. How do I say triglicerideo in English? The only thing I know is that triglicerideo is a kind of cholesterol. Can anyone help me out?

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    Tomasz Klimkiewicz is offline Senior Member
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    Re: doubts about technical term

    Hello Moret,

    Even though I don't speak Portugese, the word you're asking about sounds familiar to me; I'm pretty sure that the English equivalent is TRIGLYCERIDE, known more in its plural form, since it's a whole group of chemical compounds related to fats.

    You can find out more about triglycerides and their significance in out diet here:
    http://www.americanheart.org/present...dentifier=4778

    Hope the above helps.

    Regards,
    Tee Kay

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