Better be watch out how much fatty foods you eat because you might experience the same case that a 39-year-old man had recently been diagnosed with, having too much fat in his blood that it became life-threatening. In fact, there was so much fat, or triglycerides, in his blood that it caused his blood to turn white. Doctors needed to manually draw out blood so that they could extract and reduce his triglyceride levels to normal. Reports by the doctors who handled his case say that his triglyceride levels were way beyond the normal, at 14,000 mg/dL.
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