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Heart-Healthy Diet, Heart Damaging Disease

s-anthony
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10/25/2012 1:06:59 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
Tonight, on Nova, this episodes theme was about a man who died five-thousand years ago and was mummified under thousands of tons of ice. As scientists studied the mummy, they realised the man suffered from which are called modern diseases or diseases of civilization; diseases scientists believed were distinct to the last 150 to 200 years and only found in industrialized societies, namely heart disease and arteriosclerosis.

The man lived a very active life and subsisted on lean protein and fibrous grains; A diet the American Heart Association claims is ideal for the avoidance of heart disease and arteriosclerosis.
santhony
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11/4/2012 6:09:15 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 10/31/2012 4:06:59 AM, venumssi wrote:
No other animal get such diseases, most of the diseases especially heart problems are created by themselves.
Oil foods, Non-veg-foods and HDL cholesterol foods are source of heart diseases.
Tension, anxiety, pressure are increase heart problems.
At least they control their diet, most of the cases prevent chronic diseases.

I can see you're not very familiar with veterinarian medicine. I use to work as a pharmacy tech, at a veterinarian pharmacy; we would get countless prescriptions for cats, dogs, and horses suffering from everything from hypothyroidism to diabetes.

Inuit diets, which are extremely high in saturated animal fats, are indicated in very low rates of heart disease, among Inuit tribes.
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11/9/2012 9:17:32 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/9/2012 5:37:52 AM, ennajohn wrote:
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I'm happy for your success, and I wish you a long healthy life.

However, please, do not put too much faith in diet and exercise or make a religion out of any one regimen. Some diets seem to work for some people, while leaving others disappointed. The health crazed fitness world is replete with anecdotal stories of how it is one diet is more effective and produces more results than the others. Yet, the fact remains diets fail to stand up to scientific scrutiny. Only about 20% of dieters lose weight and keep it off for good.

I believe the goal should not be weight loss but overall health, and stress has played a greater role in sickness and disease than one's diet. Whether physiological or emotional, stress promotes the accumulation of visceral fat, by raising levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, in the body; and, visceral fat has been found a greater predictor of degenerative diseases than adiposity.
TheElderScroll
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11/15/2012 7:31:57 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
Exercise + plenty of vegetables + no smoking + no alcohol. There are so many factors that could possibly influence one's health. Exercise, for example, may lower the risk of heart disease, but may never prevent it.
yoda878
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11/16/2012 12:14:30 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 10/25/2012 1:06:59 AM, s-anthony wrote:
Tonight, on Nova, this episodes theme was about a man who died five-thousand years ago and was mummified under thousands of tons of ice. As scientists studied the mummy, they realised the man suffered from which are called modern diseases or diseases of civilization; diseases scientists believed were distinct to the last 150 to 200 years and only found in industrialized societies, namely heart disease and arteriosclerosis.

The man lived a very active life and subsisted on lean protein and fibrous grains; A diet the American Heart Association claims is ideal for the avoidance of heart disease and arteriosclerosis.

Can you post a link about this man that was under ice?
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yoda878
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11/19/2012 1:12:53 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
What interests me is the DNA... How much is has not changed.... The only thing they could come up with is the lactose gene.... but that gene is still present today. What I'm saying is I've always believed in evaluation, but here lately I have major doubts. Before they believed that we would see much more change in 5000 years, but that is not the case now. Now he says, "well we cant expect much in 5000 years"..... what makes them think another 5000 years people would be different then this guy. With this you can still have evaluation but not at the scale as they are putting off.
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11/28/2012 10:14:56 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/19/2012 1:12:53 PM, yoda878 wrote:
What interests me is the DNA... How much is has not changed.... The only thing they could come up with is the lactose gene.... but that gene is still present today. What I'm saying is I've always believed in evaluation, but here lately I have major doubts. Before they believed that we would see much more change in 5000 years, but that is not the case now. Now he says, "well we cant expect much in 5000 years"..... what makes them think another 5000 years people would be different then this guy. With this you can still have evaluation but not at the scale as they are putting off.

5000 years is nothing for evolution- especially for a species that can mould the environment to their liking.
"Easy is the descent to Avernus, for the door to the Underworld lies upon both day and night. But to retrace your steps and return to the breezes above- that's the task, that's the toil."
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4/8/2013 10:26:47 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
Diets which help to control the cholesterol level are the best for the healthy heart.
Raw veggies diets such as fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains etc. are more important to improve the heart health.
Water diet such as fresh fruits juices, green vegetables soups, green tea, coffee, and fish oil etc. are also helpful to maintain the heart health.
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4/12/2013 11:10:23 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 4/8/2013 10:26:47 AM, Steadfast wrote:
Diets which help to control the cholesterol level are the best for the healthy heart.
Raw veggies diets such as fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains etc. are more important to improve the heart health.
Water diet such as fresh fruits juices, green vegetables soups, green tea, coffee, and fish oil etc. are also helpful to maintain the heart health.

Any comment?

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s-anthony
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4/14/2013 9:35:30 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 4/8/2013 10:26:47 AM, Steadfast wrote:
Diets which help to control the cholesterol level are the best for the healthy heart.
Raw veggies diets such as fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains etc. are more important to improve the heart health.
Water diet such as fresh fruits juices, green vegetables soups, green tea, coffee, and fish oil etc. are also helpful to maintain the heart health.

Even though I believe the foods you mentioned are beneficial, I find through personal experience the mantra, "One size fits all," does not apply to good health. We are not merely empty receptacles that reflect in a universal way the same responses to like stimuli. Yet, we are genetically diverse with various genetic markers that determine our biochemical responses to that which we consume. If a blanket prescription for health and exercise were all that is needed, there would be no reason for debate.
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4/22/2013 4:10:55 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
Natural wear and tear to blood vessels makes it easier for fatty cholesterol to leak in and get stuck to the artery walls. This build-up causes the arteries to narrow, reducing the heart's ability to pump blood through them to the body. If they become completely blocked, it will cause a heart attack or a stroke if the blockage occurs in the brain's blood vessels.
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4/22/2013 4:11:52 AM
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At 4/22/2013 4:10:55 AM, veebrij15456 wrote:
Natural wear and tear to blood vessels makes it easier for fatty cholesterol to leak in and get stuck to the artery walls. This build-up causes the arteries to narrow, reducing the heart's ability to pump blood through them to the body. If they become completely blocked, it will cause a heart attack or a stroke if the blockage occurs in the brain's blood vessels.
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4/22/2013 4:13:50 AM
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Natural wear and tear to blood vessels makes it easier for fatty cholesterol to leak in and get stuck to the artery walls. This build-up causes the arteries to narrow, reducing the heart's ability to pump blood through them to the body. If they become completely blocked, it will cause a heart attack or a stroke if the blockage occurs in the brain's blood vessels.
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4/22/2013 4:15:09 AM
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At 4/22/2013 4:13:50 AM, veebrij15456 wrote:
Natural wear and tear to blood vessels makes it easier for fatty cholesterol to leak in and get stuck to the artery walls. This build-up causes the arteries to narrow, reducing the heart's ability to pump blood through them to the body. If they become completely blocked, it will cause a heart attack or a stroke if the blockage occurs in the brain's blood vessels.
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4/26/2013 1:09:23 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
You have written a very useful thing heart is like the most important part of our body after brain ways to keep it away from diseases is necessary for everyone to know.This article is no doubt useful and we should have that kinda awareness.
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4/27/2013 10:42:34 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 4/26/2013 1:09:23 PM, Alonso21 wrote:
You have written a very useful thing heart is like the most important part of our body after brain ways to keep it away from diseases is necessary for everyone to know.This article is no doubt useful and we should have that kinda awareness.