When you eat meat, your gut microbiome produces a chemical, trimethylene N-oxide (TMAO), which may raise your risk of getting cardiovascular events, like stroke and heart attack.
Eating foods high in choline and L-carnitine, your gut microbiome produce a chemical compound, called trimethylamine (TMA). In the liver, TMA is converted to trimethylene N-oxide (TMAO), a harmful agent.
People with high blood levels of TMAO is shown to have higher risk of premature death. In addition, they have four-fold increased risk of all-cause death.
Reduce foods that is high in L-carnitine, choline and choline-containing compounds.
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