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Healthful eating as lifestyle (HEAL): integrative prevention for non-communicable diseases


HEAL for Non-Communicable DiseasesNON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: GLOBAL HEALTH CHALLENGEPREVENTION OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASESHEALTHFUL EATING AS LIFESTYLE (HEAL)DIETARY GUIDELINESWHO's Dietary RecommendationsDietary Guidelines for AmericansEating Well with Canada's Food GuideUnited Kingdom: The Eatwell GuideAustralian Dietary Guidelines—Eat for HealthIMPACT OF FOOD-BASED DIETARY GUIDELINES ON NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASESWHO Dietary G uidelines and NCDsDietary Guidelines for Americans and NCDsEat Well with Canada's Food Guide and NCDsThe Eatwell Guide and NCDsAustralian Dietary Guidelines and NCDsDIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASESMediterranean DietDietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)HOME REMEDIES TO PREVENT NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASESRemedies for DiabetesRemedies for HypertensionRemedies for HypercholesterolemiaRemedies for Cardiovascular Disease (Heart Disease and Stroke)Remedies for ObesityRemedies for AsthmaRemedies for CancersNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASESCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for HypertensionINTRODUCTIONDEFINING PREHYPERTENSION AND HYPERTENSIONPRIMARY ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSIONCOMPLICATIONS OF HYPERTENSIONHOME REMEDIES FOR HYPERTENSIONNUTRIENTS TO PREVENT AND CONTROL HYPERTENSIONHarmful NutrientsSodiumSaturated and Trans FatsAlcoholProtective NutrientsPotassiumCalciumMagnesiumMonounsaturated and Polyunsaturated FatsDIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT AND CONTROL HYPERTENSIONDietary Approaches to Stop HypertensionMediterranean DietTherapeutic Lifestyle ChangesDietary PortfolioNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTSNutritional History TakingPhysical ExaminationLifestyle Modifications to Manage Hypertension and PrehypertensionCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for ObesityWHAT IS OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY?PREVALENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITYFACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH OVERWEIGHT/OBESITYOVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY MEASURESBody Mass IndexWaist Circumference and Waist-to-Hip RatioPercent Body FatHEALTH RISKS OF OBESITYCardiovascular DiseasesHypertensionDiabetes MellitusCancerPREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF OBESITYPhysical ActivityDietary Patterns for Obesity ReductionBehavior TherapyDrug TreatmentSurgical InterventionNUTRITIONAL INTERVENTIONSSchool-Based Programs: Lunch Box and School Lunch ProgramsSchool GardenEat Right, Get ActiveH ealthy BuddiesMEND: Mind, Exercise, Nutrition ... Do it!Bright BodiesHOME REMEDIES FOR OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITYNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITYNutritional Counseling in AdultsNutritional Counseling for ChildrenCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for HyperlipidemiaWHAT IS HYPERLIPIDEMIA?What Is Dyslipidemia?COMPLICATIONS OF HYPERLIPIDEMIAEpidemiological Background and UnderpinningsThe Bradford Hill CriteriaCholesterol as a Risk Factor for Non-Communicable DiseasesCholesterol as a "Risk Factor" for Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular DiseaseCholesterol/Triglycerides as "Risk Factors" for Diabetes/HyperglycemiaCholesterol/Triglycerides as "Risk Factors" for HypertensionCholesterol/Triglycerides as "Risk Factors" for ObesityCholesterol/Triglycerides as "Risk Factors" for DepressionFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT HYPERLIPIDEMIACarbohydrates and Blood TriglyceridesSaturated Fat and Blood TriglyceridesOmega-6 PUFAs and Omega-3 PUFAsMonounsaturated Fatty AcidsTrans FatsSpecific Nutrients for the Adjustment of Lipid Profiles: "Home Remedies for Hyperlipidemia"OVERALL PRINCIPLES OF OPTIMAL NUTRITION TO REDUCE THE RISK OF CVD/CHDAUTHOR'S CONCLUSIONSCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for DiabetesWHAT IS DIABETES AND PREDIABETES?Diabetes and Its ClassificationPrediabetes and Its ClassificationDiagnosis of Diabetes and PrediabetesUnderstanding Symptoms Related to High Blood SugarRisk Factors of DiabetesDiabetes: A Global Health ChallengePrevention and Treatment of Diabetes: Medication or Lifestyle?COMPLICATIONS OF DIABETESDiabetes and Cardiovascular DiseaseDiabetes and Renal ComplicationsDiabetes and Ocular ComplicationsDiabetes and Lower Extremity DiseasesDiabetes and NeuropathyDiabetes and PregnancyFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT DIABETESGlobal Nutrition Transition and Food Intake TrendsRelated Dietary Factors in Diabetes PreventionExcess Energy Intake and AdiposityQuantity and Quality of Dietary FatQuantity and Quality of CarbohydratesVitamins and MineralsFood Groups and Diabetes PreventionDietary Patterns and Overall Diet QualityMediterranean DietDietary Approaches to Stop HypertensionModerately Low-Carbohydrate DietVegetarian and VeganPrudent PatternFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO TREAT DIABETESNutrition Therapy Recommendations for Diabetes in AdultsDietary Intake and Diabetes in Multiethnic PopulationsDietary Patterns and Approaches for the Management of Adults with DiabetesLow-Carbohydrate, Low-GI DietMediterranean DietThe Benefits of Breakfast Cereal ConsumptionFOOD GROUPS, NUTRACEUTICALS, AND REMEDIES FOR DIABETESNutraceuticals and Remedies for Diabetes PreventionNutraceuticals and Remedies for Diabetes TreatmentNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR DIABETESCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for Heart DiseasesINTRODUCTIONEpidemiology of Cardiovascular DiseaseAtherosclerosis and Blood LipidsAtherosclerosis and Immune CellsAtherosclerosis and InflammationSPECIFIC NUTRIENTS IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASEDietary FatsSaturated Fatty AcidsTrans Fatty Acidsn-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acidsn-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty AcidsMonounsaturated Fatty AcidsProteinFiberAntioxidantsVitamin CCarotenoids and Vitamin AVitamin EVitamin DPolyphenolic CompoundsVitamin BNUTRITIONAL REMEDIES FOR HEART DISEASEDIETARY PATTERNS AND HEART DISEASE PREVENTIONMediterranean Dietary PatternsPrevention and Treatment of Total CVDPrevention and Treatment of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)Potential Underlying MechanismsThe DASH Diet and Other Dietary PatternsPrevention of Total CVD and CHDNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR CORONARY HEART DISEASECASE STUDIESCase Study 1: Primary PreventionCase Study 2: Secondary PreventionREFERENCESHEAL for StrokeSTROKE EPIDEMIOLOGYBurden of StrokeRisk Factors for StrokeSTROKE CLASSIFICATIONDIETARY HABITS AND RISK OF STROKEKEY SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE DOCUMENTING FOOD GROUPS/DIETARY PATTERNS AND RISK OF STROKENUTRITIONAL COUNSELING AND DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONSADHERENCE TO GUIDELINESFUTURE DIRECTIONS AND CONCLUSIONCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for AsthmaWHAT IS ASTHMA?IntroductionClinical DefinitionEpidemiologyPathophysiologyTreatmentFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT ASTHMANeonatal Breast-FeedingObesityGeneral Diet RecommendationsFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS IN ASTHMA MANAGEMENTHOME REMEDIES FOR ASTHMANUTRITIONAL COUNSELINGCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL for CancersINTRODUCTION TO CANCERCANCER EPIDEMIOLOGYWHAT CAUSES CANCER?RISK FACTORS FOR CANCERRELATION OF UNHEALTHY DIET TO CANCERFOODS THAT PREVENT CANCERDIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT CANCERFOODS HELPFUL IN THE TREATMENT OF CANCERDIETARY PATTERNS TO TREAT CANCERHOME REMEDIES TO PREVENT CANCERNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR CANCERCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHeal for Mental Health IssuesWHAT IS MENTAL HEALTH?WHAT ARE MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS?FOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO PREVENT MENTAL ILL HEALTHThe Intersections of Nutrition and Mental Ill HealthDietary Patterns and Mental HealthFoods, Food Groups, and Mental HealthDiet across the Life Span and Mental HealthFOOD GROUPS AND DIETARY PATTERNS TO TREAT MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONSAnxiety DisordersAttention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderAutismBipolar and Related DisordersDepressive DisordersTrauma- and Stressor-Related DisordersDisruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct DisordersEating DisordersNeurocognitive DisordersSchizophrenia Spectrum DisordersSubstance Use DisordersHOME REMEDIES TO PREVENT AND TREAT MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONSNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONSCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHEAL and Physical ActivityINTRODUCTIONBurden Due to Physical InactivityAdverse Health Outcomes Due to Physical InactivityPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTHWhat Is Physical Activity?Types of ExercisesHow Much Physical Activity Is Recommended?Mechanisms and Benefits of Physical ActivityHEALTHFUL EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASESBARRIERS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITYWAYS TO INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTES HEALTHFUL EATINGCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCESHeal- and Smoking CessationSMOKING-RELATED MORTALITY AND MORBIDITYSmoking KillsTobacco Smoking and Cardiovascular DiseaseTobacco Smoking and HypertensionTobacco Smoking and Type 2 DiabetesTobacco Smoking and Chronic Respiratory DiseaseTobacco Smoking and CancersTobacco Smoking and Mental Health IssuesINTERVENTIONS FOR SMOKING CESSATIONADVERSE EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON NUTRITION INTAKEALCOHOL AND SMOKINGHEALTHFUL EATING REDUCES THE CHANCE OF SMOKINGHEALTHFUL EATING HELPS TO QUIT SMOKINGFOODS AND DIETARY PATTERNS THAT HELP REPAIR DAMAGE CAUSED BY SMOKINGNUTRITIONAL HOME REMEDIES FOR SMOKING CESSATION AND REPAIRING DAMAGE CAUSED BY SMOKINGNUTRITIONAL COUNSELING FOR SMOKING CESSATIONCASE STUDIESCase Study 1Case Study 2REFERENCES
 
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