vegetarian diet for patients with rheumatism

Publié par happy-diet dimanche 25 avril 2010

vegetarian diet for patients with rheumatism

A recent scientific study showed that patients Bromatesm joints could reduce their risk of heart attacks and strokes if they follow the vegetarian diet free of gluten, a protein substance.

The heart attacks among the main causes of death among those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis where the disease affects the arteries.

The study, which was supervised by the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, said that those who follow a vegetarian diet have a reduced proportion of the so-called Eolicrol bad.

And affect disease rheumatoid arthritis up to 350 people in Britain.

The clogged arteries, a key risk factor for heart problems.

The researchers say the study authors in the Swedish capital, that this risk could be reduced through a diet which excludes animal products and gluten - found in wheat, barley and oats.

In the study, 38 volunteers on a diet components 10% of daily energy intake, and 60 carbohydrates, 30 fat.

This has included nuts, sunflower seeds, fruits, vegetables, corn and sesame.

The second group of volunteers and the 28 people followed a healthy diet, but not a vegetarian, contains almost the same proportions of protein, carbohydrates and fats
Did not increase the proportion of saturated fat in the diet of these 10% of the total food that provide energy for the body, also included meals and whole grain products as much as possible.

The results showed that the first team on the vegan diet may have decreased rates specifically a reduction in total, including specifically a reduction in harmful known to Chtsara b LSL.

In contrast, the second group did not show any significant change in cholesterol levels.

They also showed the first set, at the end of the study, which lasted 12 months, health indicators with respect to body mass index, which measures weight in relation to the length of the human body, compared with the second group.
However, the Charity Organization involved in research on arthritis, which is currently looking into how statins may reduce the risk of clogged arteries, says the study is significant, but the role of diet exaggerated.

Says spokeswoman body "However, we know, for example, that eating oily fish may reduce inflammation, and risk of developing a similar situation, dealing with the rights of meat and few fruits and vegetables, so the system of food play a role _ albeit limited."

DFI has warned that "vegan diet may help reduce cholesterol, but it's hard to get some important nutrients through the system."

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