Inovação na prevenção de doenças cardiovasculares a partir da alimentação saudável / Innovation in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases from healthy eating

Ivonilde Bezerra da Silva Oliveira Lima, Reinaldo Oliveira Lima, Rauany Cristina Lopes Francisco, Creusa Sayuri Tahara Amaral

Abstract


Doenças cardiovasculares são a principal causa de morte no mundo. Este trabalho trata de revisão da literatura, que selecionou a produção científica sobre os benefícios da alimentação para a prevenção dessas doenças. Foram encontrados 15 tipos de alimentos: vegetais de folhas verdes, frutas vermelhas e uvas, grãos integrais, abacates, peixes gordos, nozes e amêndoas, feijão, chocolate amargo, tomates, sementes, alho e azeite. Também se discutiu tipos de dieta eficazes e a redução do consumo de sal.


Keywords


doenças cardiovasculares, alimentação, inovação, medicina preventiva.

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