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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention & Treatment Through Dietary Changes Research Paper

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Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular disease can be prevented and treated through dietary changes. The
cardiovascular system, which is also referred to as the circulatory system, is a network of blood
vessels and organs throughout the body whose function is to deliver nutrients, oxygen, and
hormones, and remove waste products (Zimmermann). The cardiovascular system is responsible
for keeping one healthy and alive. When the cardiovascular system is interfered with, these
processes get disrupted causing one to be unhealthy. Food, which provides nutrients, is one of
the major causes of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease includes a host of heart and
blood vessels’ conditions that arise from atherosclerosis (AHA). Cardiovascular disease causes
significant impairment in the quality of life and patients have poor resumption to social life. As
much as diet is a cause, it has also been found to prevent and even treat cardiovascular disease.
Dietary changes are however more effective in preventing the onset of cardiovascular than in
treating (Merck). By looking ...

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