Lecture 16 Atheroslerosis II - Lecture 15 Atherosclerosis...

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Lecture 15 Atherosclerosis II
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Minimizing Risk of Atherosclerosis 2. Minimize consumption of dietary cholesterol 3. Minimize consumption of all fat 4. Minimize consumption of energy 5. Eating Margarine won’t help 6. Maintain vitamin E levels above requirements 1. Substitute unsaturated fat for saturated fat
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Vitamin E? Normal Membrane phospholipids
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Vitamin E? Normal Membrane phospholipids Free Radical
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Vitamin E? Normal Membrane phospholipids C=C
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Vitamin E? Normal Membrane phospholipids C=C O 2
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Vitamin E? C=C O 2 Peroxide
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Vitamin E? C=C O 2 Peroxide
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Vitamin E? C=C O 2 Peroxide
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Vitamin E? C=C O 2 Peroxide Vitamin E
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Vitamin E? Normal Membrane phospholipids
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Vitamin E Supplements 1. Second only to Vitamin C in sales 2. No evidence that supplements increases libido (Vitamin E deficiency in animals decreases testicular size) 3. Some evidence that high doses may: a. Improves immunity among the aged b. Retard development of Alzheimer’s c. Prevent prostate cancer 4. High doses increase all cause mortality!
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Sources of Vitamin E alpha-tocopherol Almonds Corn Peanuts
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Minimizing Risk of Atherosclerosis 2. Minimize consumption of dietary cholesterol 3. Minimize consumption of all fat 4. Minimize consumption of energy 5. Eating Margarine won’t help 6. Maintain vitamin E levels 1. Substitute unsaturated fat for saturated fat
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Inuits 1. Eat a high fat diet 2. Low rate of heart disease 3. Bleeders - Long coagulation times 4. Their dietary fat contains high levels of omega-3 fatty acids
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture 16 Atheroslerosis II - Lecture 15 Atherosclerosis...

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