Search Term: " Cardiomeabolic "
Chronic Inflammatory Disorders Increase Cardiometabolic and Mortality Risks
July 14, 2017 07:14 AM
Chronic inflammatory disorders actually increase cardio metabolic risks and mortality risks too. The degree of these risks appeared to be a lot higher in people that took non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs. SLE has the strongest association and that is followed up by ulcerative colitis. A type of investigation such as this one is very rare. An investigation of this matter examines both the cumulative and multiple cardio metabolic risks within inflammatory diseases that are pathological.
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Diet Responsible For 45 Percent of All Deaths From Heart Disease and Diabetes
March 26, 2017 01:44 PM
Heart disease and diabetes are two deadly conditions that you do not want to experience, yet the likelihood that you will are great, especially if you are not maintaining the best lifestyle. One of the worst things that you can do to impede on your health is consuming the wrong foods. In particular one diet is responsible for nearly half of all deaths from these two conditions. Do you want to know more about the diet and its contributions to these conditions?
"Data published in the March 7 issue of JAMA indicated that the highest number of cardiometabolic deaths were associated with too much sodium and processed meat, and not enough nuts and seeds, seafood omega-3 fats, vegetable, and fruit, compared with optimal consumption levels."
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Poor diet tied to nearly half of U.S. deaths from heart disease, stroke, diabetes
March 09, 2017 05:59 AM
Ensuring that diets include the right amount of certain foods may help the U.S. cut deaths from heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes by almost half, suggests a new study. About 45 percent of deaths from those causes in 2012 could be blamed on people eating too much or too little of 10 types of foods, researchers found.
"The good news is that we now understand more about which foods would help prevent Americans from dying prematurely from cardiometabolic diseases."