IB 117 _18 CV Coronary Art

IB 117 _18 CV Coronary Art - South America Antioxidant...

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IB 117  Thomas Carlson Cardiovascular  remedies  which  reduce coronary  artery disease Plant origin  Geographical  origin Mechanism of action /  therapeutic uses Omega-3-fatty  acids flaxseed oil (Europe) walnut oil (Europe) hemp oil (Asia) salmon oil these polyunsaturated fats  reduce cardiovascular  disease Monounsaturated  oils Olive oil Canola oil Peanut oil Avocado oil Sesame oil Almond oil reduce cardiovascular  disease Flavonoids in tea Camellia sinensis China Antioxidant and reduces LDL  oxidation chocolate  Theobroma cocoa South America Antioxidant and reduces LDL  oxidation Lycopene from  tomato paste Lycopersicum  esculenta
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Unformatted text preview: South America Antioxidant Genistein isoflavone Glycine max China reduce cardiovascular disease acetylsalicylic acid, Filipendula ulmaria Europe Inhibits cyclooxygenase which inhibits prostaglandin synthesis & reduces platelet hemostasis coumadin derived from dicoumarol Melilotus officinalis Europe Antagonizes vitamin K and inhibits prothrombin in the liver catechin Potentilla fragariodes hemostatic garlic Allium sativum Eurasia lowers lipids oat bran Avena sativa Europe Binds lipids in GI tract & reduces lipid absorption Sitostanol (benecol) Pinus spp. Europe lowers cholesterol...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course IB 117 taught by Professor Professorcarlson during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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