Lecture 17 Energy Balance2

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Lecture 17 Energy Balance
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Minimizing Risk of Atherosclerosis 1. Substitute unsaturated fat for saturated fat 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 7. Eat fish twice a week 8. Maximize omega-3 fats and minimize omega-6 oils 9. Take ½ aspirin a day
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Inuits Eat a high fat diet Low rate of heart disease Bleeders - long coagulation times Omega-3 fatty acids High energy expenditure
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Exercise 1. Raises HDL
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LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL HDL
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LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL HDL LDL
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LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL LDL HDL LDL Liver
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Alcohol Also raise HDL levels 1 oz per day
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Exercise 1. Raises HDL 2. Decreases need for insulin 3. Lowers Blood Pressure 4. Aids weight control
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160 mg/dL 130 mg/dL 60 mg/dL 40 mg/dL LDL HDL Healthy Blood Levels
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Minimizing Risk of Atherosclerosis 1. Substitute unsaturated fat for saturated fat 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 7. Eat fish twice a week 8. Maximize omega 6, minimize omega-6 oils 9. Take ½ aspirin a day 10. Exercise 11. Drink small amounts of alcohol (1 drink / day)
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HOMOCYSTEINE CONNECTION 1. High blood homocysteine 2. Rapid development of atherosclerosis 3. High blood homocysteine good predictor of CHD Homocysteinurea
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Effects of high blood homocysteine Increased oxidation Promotes growth of foam cells increased clotting factors
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B Vitamines and the Homocysteine Connection methionine homocysteine cysteine B 6 folic acid + B 12
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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 7. Eat fish twice a week 8. Maximize omege-3 minimize omega-6 oils
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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.

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