The Brazilian Cardioprotective Nutritional Program to reduce events and risk factors in secondary prevention for cardiovascular disease: study protocol (The BALANCE Program Trial).

@article{Weber2016TheBC,
  title={The Brazilian Cardioprotective Nutritional Program to reduce events and risk factors in secondary prevention for cardiovascular disease: study protocol (The BALANCE Program Trial).},
  author={Bernardete Weber and {\^A}ngela Cristine Bersch-Ferreira and Camila Ragne Torreglosa and Maria Beatriz Ross-Fernandes and Jacqueline Tereza da Silva and Andr{\'e}a Polo Galante and E.M.D.S. Lara and Rosana Perim Costa and Rafael Marques Soares and Alexandre Biasi Cavalcanti and Em{\'i}lio Hideyuki Moriguchi and N M Bruscato and Kesties and L Vivian and Marina Verdi Schumacher and Waldemar de Carli and Luciano Marcelo Backes and Bruna R Reol{\~a}o and Milena P Rodrigues and D{\'u}nnia M B Baldissera and Gl{\'a}ucia Sarturi Tr{\^e}s and Hugo Roberto Kurtz Lisboa and Jo{\~a}o B J Bem and Jos{\'e} Basileu Caon Reol{\~a}o and Keyla L A L Deucher and Maiara Cantarelli and Aline Lucion and Daniela Rampazzo and Vanessa Bertoni and Rosileide de Souza Torres and Adriana O L Verr{\'i}ssimo and Aldair da Silva Guterres and Andrea F R Cardos and Dalva B S Coutinho and Mayara Galisse Negr{\~a}o and M{\^o}nica F A Alencar and Priscila Matos de Pinho and Socorro N A A Barbosa and Ana Paula Perillo Ferreira Carvalho and Maria I S Taboada and Sheila A Pereira and Raul von der Heyde and Francisca Eugenia Zaina Nagano and Rebecca Baumgartner and Fernanda P Resende and Ranata Tabalipa and Ana Claudia Zanini and Michael J R Machado and Hevila Araujo and Maria L V Teixeira and Gabriela C. Souza and Priccila Zuchinali and Bianca de Moraes Fracasso and Karen Ulliam and Moara Pierotto and Thamires de Souza Hil{\'a}rio and Daniele M O Carlos and C{\'i}ntia G N C Cordeiro and Daniele A Carvalho and Mar{\'i}lia S Gonçalves and Valdiana B Vasconcelos and Rosa Bosquetti and Raira Pagano and Marcelo Luz Pereira Romano and C{\'e}sar A Jardim and Bernardo N A de Abreu and Aline Marcadenti and Alessandra R Schmitt and Angela M V Tavares and Christiane Carvalho Faria and Fl{\'a}via Moraes Silva and Jaqueline da Silva Fink and Raquel Milani El Kik and Clarice F Prates and Cristiane S Vieira and Elaine de Fatima Adorne and Ellen Hettwer Magedanz and Fernanda Lourega Chieza and Ingrid S Silva and Joise M Teixeira and Eduardo P Trescastro and L{\'i}via A Pellegrini and J{\'e}ssika C Pinto and Cristina Trevizan Telles and Ant{\^o}nio Carlos Sobral Sousa and Andreza Santos Almeida and Ariane A Costa and J. Alves do Carmo and Juliana Testa Silva and Luciana V S Alves and Saulo O C Sales and Maria E M Ramos and Mar{\'i}lia Coelho Silva Lucas and M{\^o}nica Damiani and Patricia C Cardoso and Salvador Sebasti{\~a}o Ramos and Clenise F Dantas and Amanda Gomes Lopes and Ana M P Cabral and Ana C A Lucena and Auriene L Medeiros and Bernardino Bandeira Terceiro and Neuma M F S Leda and Sandra R D Ba{\'i}a and Josilene Maria Ferreira Pinheiro and Alexandra do Nascimento Cassiano and Andressa N L Melo and Anny K O Cavalcanti and Camila V S Souza and Dayanna Queiroz and Hercilla N C F Farias and Larissa Clara L de Souza and Let{\'i}cia S Santos and Luana R M Lima and Meg S Hoffmann and {\'A}tala Safira Silva Ribeiro and Daniel F. Vasconcelos and Eliane Said Dutra and Marina Kiyomi Ito and Jos{\'e} A F Neto and Alexsandro Ferreira dos Santos and Ros{\^a}ngela Maria Lopes de Sousa and Luciana Pereira Pinto Dias and Maria T M A Lima and Victor G Modanesi and Adriana Teixeira and Luciana C N C D Estrada and Paulo Victor Gomes Modan{\^e}si and Adriana B L Gomes and B{\'a}rbara Aparecida da Silva Rego Rocha and Cristina Teti and Marta M David and Bruna M Pal{\'a}cio and D{\'e}lcio G S J{\'u}nior and {\'E}rica H S Faria and Michelle C F Oliveira and Rose Mary Uehara and Sandramara Sasso and Annie Seixas Bello Moreira and Ana C A H Cadinha and Carla W M Pinto and Mariana P Castilhos and Mariana Costa and Cristiane Kovacs and Daniel Magnoni and Qu{\^e}nia Silva and M. Germini and Renata Flavia Abreu da Silva and Aline S Monteiro and Karina G dos Santos and Priscila Moreira and Fernanda C. Amparo and Catharina C J Paiva and Soraia Poloni and Diana Silva Russo and Izabele V Silveira and Maria Antonieta Moraes and Mirena Boklis and Quinto I Cardoso and Aline M S Damaceno and E M Dos Santos and Glauber Monteiro Dias and Cl{\'a}udia Porto Sabino Pinho and Adrilene C Cavalcanti and Amanda S Bezerra and Andrey Vieira de Queiroga and Isa Galv{\~a}o Rodrigues and Tallita V Leal and Viviane Sahade and Daniele A Amaral and Diana S Souza and Givaldo A Ara{\'u}jo and Karine Curvello and Manuella Heine and Mar{\'i}lia M S Barretto and Nailson A Reis and Sandra Mary Lima Vasconcelos and Danielly C Vieira and Francisco A Costa and Jessica M S Fontes and J. Correia Neto and La{\'i}s Nanci Pereira Navarro and Raphaela Costa Ferreira and Patr{\'i}cia Menezes Marinho and Renata Torres Abib and Aline Longo and Eduardo Gehling Bertoldi and Lauren S Ferreira and L{\'u}cia Rota Borges and Norlai A Azevedo and Celma M. Martins and Juliana Tieko Kato and Maria Cristina O Izar and Marina T Asoo and Mariana D de Capitani and Val{\'e}ria Arruda Machado and Wal{\'e}ria T. Fonzar and S{\^o}nia Lopes Pinto and Kellen Cristine Silva and L{\'u}cia Helena Almeida Grat{\~a}o and Sheila D Machado and Susane R U de Oliveira and Josefina Bressan and Ana Paula Silva Caldas and Hatanne C F M Lima and Helen Hermana Miranda Hermsdorff and T{\^a}nia M Saldanha and Silvia Elo{\'i}za Priore and Naoel Hassan Feres and {\'A}dila de Queiroz Neves and Loanda Maria Gomes Cheim and Nilma F Silva and S{\'i}lvia R L Reis and Andreza M Penafort and Ana Paula O de Queir{\'o}s and Geysa Maria Nogueira Farias and M{\^o}nica L P de los Santos and Cintia Lima Ambrozio and Cir{\'i}lia N Camejo and Cristiano P dos Santos and Gabriela S Schirmann and Jorge Luis Boemo and Rosane E C Oliveira and S{\'u}si M B Lima and Vera M S Bortolini and Cristina Henschel de Matos and Claiza Barretta and Clarice Maria Specht and Simone Rachid de Souza and Cristina Silva Arruda and Priscila A Rodrigues and Ot{\'a}vio Berwanger},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={171 1},
  pages={
          73-81.e1-2
        }
}

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