An elevated t wave is a type of lactate rise which occurs when your milk supply exceeds the level of your body.
In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that those who were more than two times higher in lactate had a 20% higher chance of having an elevated t-wave.
The authors of the study believe that the increase in lactase levels is an important factor in the increase of elevated t waves.
Lactate is a nutrient that your body needs to convert to energy.
Lactase levels are normally low when your body is making milk.
In an ideal milk production cycle, milk production is a very slow process that takes about 30 seconds for a large cow to complete.
Lactic acid and glucose levels in the body are also very low.
As a result, a person with elevated lactase will be unable to convert lactate into energy during the lactation process.
This is known as the lactase cycle.
The study authors suggest that people with elevated t levels may not be able to convert milk sugars to energy as quickly as their normal milk producing cows.
While this study only looked at lactase, other studies have also linked elevated lactates to increased incidence of type 2 diabetes and elevated blood pressure.
According to the study authors, the reason for the increased risk is unknown, but it could be related to an increase in the amount of time needed for the body to convert glucose to energy, as well as a greater body fat distribution.