ADVICE: Eat fish at least twice a week, one of which should be an oily fish6. In addition to providing very long chain Omega-3 fatty acids fish provides proteins, vitamins and minerals. Opt for a moderate consumption of mollusks and shellfish, as they are also a significant source of cholesterol.
- CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND RISK FACTORS
HEALTHY DIETARY PATTERNS FOR CVD PREVENTION
- Diet and lifestyle interventions for CVD prevention
- Dietary Patterns for preventing CVD
- The Mediterranean diet
- The Portfolio diet: A dietary portfolio of foods to maximize cholesterol lowering
- The DASH diet: Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH)
- Summary of recommendations on dietary patterns
- Dietary Fats In Dyslipidemia
PLANT STANOLS AND STEROLS IN DYSLIPIDAEMIA
- Plant sterols and stanols in dyslipidaemia
- What are plant sterols and stanols and what are their sources?
- What are the cardiovascular benefits of including plant sterols and stanols in a healthy lifestyle?
- EAS recommendations for the use of plant sterols and stanols
- Plant sterols and stanols in a nutshell
- Dietary Fibres In Dyslipidaemia
- Soy Protein In Dyslipidaemia
- Other Lifestyle Changes In CVD Prevention
- MOTIVATING PATIENTS TO MAKE DIET AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES
- SUMMARY OF KEY LEARNINGS
- KNOWLEDGE TEST
- CASE STUDIES