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[Online lecture] Lifestyle modifications to prevent and manage coronary heart disease
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a leading cause of death in Australia even though it is largely preventable. Regular and timely contact with general practitioners, and other primary health care providers, can contribute to better outcomes for patients with CHD.
In this sneak peek of the Professional Certificate of Medical Nutrition and Management, Dr Jaimon Kelly (Senior Teaching Fellow at Bond University) provides a handy guide with the most up-to-date nutrition modification recommendations for coronary heart disease.
Learn more about how the ratio of saturated fat to unsaturated fat is now the best predictor of patient outcomes and research on the different levels of risk associated with different food groups.
See all this and more in the video below.
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Learn more in the online Professional Certificate of Medical Nutrition and Management.