Diet-Lipid-Atherosclerosis Relationship: Epidemiological Evidence and Public Health Implications
The epidemiological evidence about diet, blood lipid levels and atherosclerosis involves population comparisons as well as information on individual risk within populations, and includes their changes over time.
KeywordsTotal Serum Cholesterol Total Serum Cholesterol Level Blood Lipid Level Habitual Diet Individual Diet
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