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The Connection Between Foods and Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

By John M. Yarlott, 6-Aug-08

Scientists have discovered that an unbalance omega 6 (n6) and omega 3 (n3) fatty acids may lead to heart failure and other dietary diseases. These acids are known as essential fatty acids (EFA) that are obtained from the foods we eat. They are metabolized and stored in tissue membranes as highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA).[1]

Diets High in Sodium May Lead to Disease and Death

By John M. Yarlott 12-Dec-08

There is a link between excess intake of sodium and obesity which, in turn, can lead to a host of other dietary diseases. The existence of this link may have never been proven by means of clinical trials but analysis of macro data, for example the increase in obesity correlating with increased salt sales provides circumstantial evidence that it exists.

Diets High in Trans Fat May Lead to Disease and Death

By J. M. Yarlott 27-Dec-08

People who regularly eat foods high in Trans Fat risk having diseases such as high cholesterol, type II diabetes mellitus, Alzheimer's disease, Infertility, Liver dysfunction, and some cancers (Prostate, breast) (3). Most of the daily Trans Fat intake comes from foods fried in partially hydrogenated oil. The DRI recommendation for Trans Fat is "As low as possible while consuming a nutritionally adequate diet" (1).

Excess Body Fat Raises the Risk of Having Cancer

By John M. Yarlott 09-Jan-09

American people, who are overweight due to body fat and or abdominal fat, may now be able to lower their risk of getting cancer naturally by changing their eating habits.Cancer is the second leading disease causing death in the US. Taking steps to avoid cancer is of national interest as well as the personal interest of people. The main cause of added fat is when the intake of food energy exceeds the metabolism rate of burning the energy. The excess food energy is stored as body fat or abdominal fat. Therefore controlling the caloric value of meals can lead to a leaner healthier body.

A Daily Dose of Sea Food Could Shrink Belly Fat and Lead to Improved Health

Overweight people who modify their diets and eat seafood rich in Omega 3, good MUFA fat, vitamins and minerals and low in unhealthy fats may now obtain better health, shed unneeded body fat and prevent future dietary disease.

End Wasting Time on these Five Heart Disease Misconceptions

Use This Guide to Avoid the Earth's No. 1 Killer

By Millie Bruce, Guest Journalist
For both women and men of any age, coronary disease may possibly be the number 1 killer. It kills a lot more people than ALL forms of tumors combined. If you're black or older than sixty-five, your risk of heart disease is greater, but it's an equal opportunity destroyer. Any person, any place, anytime may have a heart attack [1].

A List of Food Lists and Articles Relevent to the Omegas 3 and 6 Essential Fatty Acids

Do I Need Omega 3 Supplements in my Diet?

food list with omega 6, omega3, vitamins, minerals, low sugar and low trans fat

list of foods having a high ratio of Omega-6 Fatty Acids to Omega-3 Fatty Acids.

price comparison of omega 3 fatty acid in different foods

Adequate amounts of Omega-3 Oil May Help Prevent Heart Disease

The Benefits of Walnuts

3 ways to lower tke risk of coronary heart disease

Mortality rates due to Omega 6 in With MUFA in Seafood

Foods High in MUFA May Reduce Belly Fat including Omega 6 and Mortality Rates

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Protein Ecocomics BMI & BMR Calculator and food Data

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