Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease—how to promote healthy eating habits in populations?

@article{Schacky2007PrimaryPO,
  title={Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease—how to promote healthy eating habits in populations?},
  author={Clemens von Schacky},
  journal={Journal of Public Health},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={13-20}
}
The obesity epidemic brings with it an increase in related diseases, like diabetes mellitus, and subsequently cardiovascular disease. Traditional dietary guidelines have focused on food composition rather than energy balance. To identify promising approaches towards promoting healthy eating and lifestyle patterns. Implementation strategies were also sought. A review of the pertinent literature based on MEDLINE searches. Weight loss subsequent to gastric surgery reduces mortality and morbidity… CONTINUE READING

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