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No link between Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Disease?
alexsmith02 says: 3 Months AgoAccording to a new American study, consuming foods containing a reasonable amount of cholesterol as part of a healthy diet would not be at risk for the heart.
Consuming foods containing a reasonable amount of cholesterol would not put you at risk of developing cardiovascular disease rehabcure.org/physiotherapy/physiotherapists/frozen-shoulder-treatment/ according to new recommendations from the American Heart Association (AHA). The association now recommends following diets like the Mediterranean diet or the Dash diet that would be good for the heart.
Researchers have scrutinized the eating habits of Americans using NHANES (National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys) data. Result: American adults, 20 years and older, absorb an average of 293 mg of cholesterol every day. And it is meat that comes first among the sources of cholesterol. By continuing their analyzes through 17 other studies, they discovered that there was no link between cardiovascular disease and cholesterol. In question, the lack of distinction between dietary fat and cholesterol.
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