Dietary patterns and risk of cardiovascular diseases: a review of the evidence

@article{Zampelas2019DietaryPA,
  title={Dietary patterns and risk of cardiovascular diseases: a review of the evidence},
  author={Antonis Zampelas and Emmanuella Magriplis},
  journal={Proceedings of the Nutrition Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={79},
  pages={68 - 75}
}
CVD are the main cause of death especially in high-income countries. Previously, research focused on single nutrients including saturated and MUFA, sodium and dietary fibre, or specific foods such as fish, fruit and vegetables, and olive oil, in the aetiology of CVD. In recent years, however, the effects of complete dietary patterns on the prevention of CVD have gained interest, to account for diet heterogeneity and food–nutrient interactions. Several dietary patterns have been investigated… 
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