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GASTRIC BYPASS / WLS : TWO YEARS OUT (It’s not always sunshine and roses….)

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Saturated Fat – It’s great for you!

Taken from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2010 Mar;91(3):535-46 The saturated fat found mainly in meat and dairy products has had a bad reputation, but a new analysis of published studies finds no clear link between people’s intake of saturated fat and their risk of developing heart disease. A reduction in dietary saturated fat has generally been thought to improve cardiovascular health. The objective of this meta-analysis was to summarise the evidence related to the association of dietary saturated fat with risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), stroke, and cardiovascular disease (CVD; CHD inclusive of stroke) in prospective epidemiologic studies. Twenty one studies were used, during 5-23 year of follow-up of 347747 subjects, 11006 developed CHD or stroke. It was identified that the intake of saturated fat was NOT associated with an increased risk of CHD, stroke, or CVD. These studies showed that there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of CHD or CVD. “No one is saying that some saturated fat is going to harm you…people should enjoy their food,” said Dr. Robert H. Eckel, a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. But, he pointed out, many studies have shown that dietary saturated fat can raise people’s cholesterol, and the new analysis is not going to change recommendations to keep saturated fat intake in check. Ive shared this with you before. Its
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New Technology Helps Diagnose Heart Disease Before It’s Too

It really is approximated that heart disease kills one particular American each and every 34 seconds, creating cardiovascular illness the quantity 1 killer in the United States. One of the very best approaches to stem the tide, in accordance to physicians, is to diagnose heart troubles – and intervene – early on. Now, new advances in molecular imaging technologies are permitting you to do just that. The Biograph 64 from Siemens combines the anatomical info from CT with the functional information from PET engineering. PET and/or CT technologies are seldom employed in the ER environment, so this software is relatively special. Making use of this know-how, treating physicians can watch extremely thorough images of the heart and surrounding tissues – enabling them to detect early indications of coronary heart illness that in the past, have been only obtainable with invasive methods. The consequence: less than an hour soon after a patient enters the ER with chest pains, physicians can start to supply personalized treatment, no matter whether it means prescribing medicine, or suggesting life-style modifications that can assist reverse heart condition. In hospitals devoid of this technologies, patients with chest pain are usually admitted to hospitals for 24 hours of observation — then typically instances, launched with a clear bill of wellbeing – only to return months, even days later, struggling from a full blown coronary heart attack. Produced for Siemens
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A single in three Americans undergo from hypertension, a significant wellbeing difficulty that can lead to cardiovascular illness, heart failure, stroke, diabetes and other life-threatening troubles. Researchers at the College of Michigan Wellness Technique have decided that the quite air we breathe can be an invisible catalyst to cardiovascular illness.
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