Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease

Lifestyle factors, including nutrition, play a very important role in the cause of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). The nutritional information is divided into three main sections such as dietary patterns, individual food items, and nutritional supplements. 
The dietary patterns comprises of DASH diet, Mediterranean diet, low carbohydrate diet and low-fat diet. Individual food items in the second section comprises of: coffee and caffeine, tea, chocolate, garlic, whole grains and dietary fiber, vegetables and fruits, nuts, soy, dairy products, alcoholic drinks, and eggs. Nutritional supplements reviewed in the third section include salt and sodium, omega-3 and fish oil, vitamin D, magnesium, phytosterols, antioxidants, homocysteine-reducing agents, and coenzyme Q10.
•    Dietary assessment
•    Estimate of nutritional exposure
•    Statistical modeling of the diet-disease relationship
•    Nano materials in food system
•    Coronary heart disease

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