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Cardiovascular Disease and Nutrition Dietary lipids Iron, zinc, magnesium, folate, B12, sodium, water Antioxidants CVD mechanisms o Cardio o Vascular o Forms of CVD Coronary heart disease Peripheral vascular diseas Congenital heart disease Rheumatic heart disease o Blood vessels health Atherosclerosis Pressure o Blood health Clots o Heart structure/function Heart pump/valve issues CVD risk factors Uncontrollable rsk Genetics Age Gender Ethnicity Controllable risk Tobacco use Obesity Hypertension Cholesterol Diabetes Physical inactivity Foods/Nutrient increase/ decrease CVD risk o Not casual relationship but linked Poor nutrition = higher fat mass Higher fat mass = metabolic problems
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course HHS 231 taught by Professor Catherineboshuizen during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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