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27

Infections lead to heart disease – (07-18-02)

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Predisposition to Atherosclerosis by Infections

This article adds further weight to the contribution of infections to cardiovascular disease. There is a growing list of factors that contribute to risk, and many, if not most, can be managed with lifestyle changes…CRP, cholesterol, homocysteine, HDL cholesterol and now infections. Maintaining a lifestyle that supports healthy immune function (avoiding refined carbs, lots of fruits and veggies..) can help lower risk of infections and possibly lower CVD risk.

Circulation — Abstracts: Prasad et al. 106 (2): 184

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