NS 115 Lecture 15 - NS 115 Lecture 15 06/02/2008 23:46:00...

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Unformatted text preview: NS 115 Lecture 15 06/02/2008 23:46:00 Analysis of one article due Wednesday October 3, by midnight. Format email: • Last name, Firstname-NS 115 Assignment#2 ← ← Word document file name • Lastname.Frist initial, Assignement #2 ← ← ← Minimizing Risk of Atherosclerosis: • Substitute unsaturated fat fro saturated fat • Minimize consumption of dietary cholesterol • Minimize consumption of total fat. o Minimize the necessity for all the different bodily functions needed to digest fat. o Decrease need to produce DLDL particles that take the fat from the liver reduce the amount of LDL particles • Eating Margarin wont help o Increases trans fats which act like saturated fats • Maintaining the minimum requirement of vitamin E o Eating less vitamin E increases the risk but eating more does not decrease the risk • Eat fish twice a week • Minimize consumption of oils • Eat ½ aspirin per day • Exercise • Drink small amounts of alcohol regularly • Only need the minimum required for B6, B12, and folic acid • Don’t smoke • Learn to relax ← ← Inuits • Eat a high fat diet o Fish, in the artic are very fatty • Low rate of heart disease • High energy expenditure causes the reproduction of ATP production exercise o Raises HDL ** alcohol also raises HDL levels 1 oz per day.Raises HDL ** alcohol also raises HDL levels 1 oz per day....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2008 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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NS 115 Lecture 15 - NS 115 Lecture 15 06/02/2008 23:46:00...

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