These so-called brief chain fatty acids are made by bacteria in the intestine during fermentation of insoluble fiber from fruits, vegetables and legumes. The essential fatty acids are believed to provide a number of health advantages, including a lower threat of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and inflammatory illnesses, an Italian team reports in the Sept. 29 issue of the journal Gut. We provide here tangible evidence of the influence of a healthy diet and a Mediterranean dietary pattern, wrote the group led by Danilo Ercolini, a professor of microbiology at the University of Naples in Italy. The analysis of 153 Italian adults found higher levels of short chain essential fatty acids in vegans, vegetarians and those who closely followed a Mediterranean diet.Secure from high temperature, light and dampness.
Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Ph.D., M.D., Tag J. Pletcher, M.D., M.P.H., Feng Lin, M.S., Eric Vittinghoff, Ph.D., Julius M. Gardin, M.D., Alexander Arynchyn, M.D., Cora E. Lewis, M.D., O. Dale Williams, Ph.D., and Stephen B. Hulley, M.D., M.P.H.: Racial Differences in Incident Heart Failure among ADULTS Heart failure is a significant public health problem in the usa, causing substantial mortality and morbidity in the later on decades of life. The risk of heart failure rises sharply with increasing age, with prices doubling every a decade among old adults.1,2 Less is known about the incidence of heart failure in persons more youthful than 50 years of age; one estimate suggests that the 5-year threat of heart failure among 40-year-previous white persons is only 0.1 to 0.2 percent.3 In the United States, blacks have an increased prevalence of heart failure than persons of other races, and they present with symptoms of heart failure at younger ages.4,5 The reason behind the higher propensity for heart failure among blacks is not fully understood; a higher burden of risk factors such as hypertension, a genetic predisposition to cardiomyopathy, and exposures to poisons, including alcohol and drugs, possess all been postulated to play a role.4-6 In this survey, we describe the incidence of heart failure and its own antecedents among individuals in the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults study.