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Lipemic Blood?

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Lipemic blood is high content of fat in the blood stream it will appear as milky white serum. This condition is considered normal. This may happen after eating food that is high in fat.
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Lipemic blood is when blood is milky white. This is usually caused by high fat content in the blood and follows a meal with a high amount of fat in it. ...
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