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Dietary prevention of chronic diseases: the potential for cardiovascular diseases


, : Dietary prevention of chronic diseases: the potential for cardiovascular diseases. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 348: 75-83

This review first examines the impact of cardiovascular diseases on death rates and puts forward the diet-heart hypothesis. The risk factors, salt, alcohol and blood pressure, and the relationship between dietary habits and cardiovascular risk in the Italian population are considered.

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