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It is now widely accepted in the medical community that moderate consumption can provide protection against cardio-vascular disease, stroke, even diabetes ulcers and Alzheimer's disease.
Knotweed root can be used to make tea which is used to reduce the effects of arthritis, rheumatism, cardio-vascular disease and other conditions.
They then reviewed Medicare records for the years 1986-1994 to pin down daily hospitalization counts for people over 65 suffering from cardio-vascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or pneumonia.
People in whom it's absent or grossly impaired often have high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, or other symptoms of cardio-vascular disease.
Five thousand who reported a previous history of cardio-vascular disease, coronary by-pass grafting or stroke, were excluded - 45,000 remaining members, free of cardio-vascular disease, were included at the start of a two year follow-up period.
As a result, it is hoped the project will lead to a reduction in the number of children at risk of cardio-vascular disease and an increase in numbers taking part in exercise and healthy eating.
In Qatar, such disorders as diabetes, obesity and hypertension are very common among the residents of late, and they constitute some of the leading risk factors commonly linked to cardio-vascular disease," said Dr Khalid Jabor, quoting studies made by Dr Douglas Harrington, CEO of AViiR, who was also present in the meeting.
I encourage those (even) without any cardio-vascular disease to lead a healthy life and eat nutritious food," he urges.
The condition is closely associated with many chronic conditions, ranging from diabetes, to hypertension, to cardio-vascular disease.
Poor oral health can contribute to general health issues such as cardio-vascular disease, diabetes and lowweight pre-term births.
And watching what you eat, experts say, does help prevent illnesses such as diabetes, hypercholesterolaemia - which leads to cardio-vascular disease - or osteoporosis.
These physiologic and metabolic abnormalities help explain the association between preeclampsia and increased risk of cardio-vascular disease, said Dr.
But it raised worries about its effects on cardio-vascular disease sufferers.
The fifteen chapters carry titles: Suitable fat formulations for infant feeding; Lipid digestion in the developing infant; The effect of dietary fat on milk and tissue lipids; An evaluation of dietary energy substrates; Medium chain triglycerides; Fat effects on fatty acid and cholesterol metabolism; The biochemistry and role of (n-3) fatty acids in the brain and the retina; Nutritional evaluation of n-6 and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids; Parenteral use of lipid emulsion following trauma; Lipids, host defences and immune function; Dietary factors in immune responsiveness; Essential fatty acids and the immune response; Aging and nutritional requirements of essential fatty acids; Lipids, nutrition and cardio-vascular disease in the elderly; and Challenges for nutritionists.
This apart, it provides strategic solutions to the vendors to gain advantage in this growing market, and also discusses the available pharmacogenomics options in detail for other areas to determine a clinical course of therapeutic treatments; for example, cardio-vascular disease, stroke and type II diabetes.