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Atherosclerosis is characterized by hardening of the arteries and plaque formation and is widely reported in humans, other mammals, and birds. A high intake of cholesterol or an imbalance in dietary fatty acids can accelerate the development of

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ability to reduce cholesterol absorption and decrease early atherosclerosis, 20 inhibit platelet aggregation, 40,41 and increase excretion of fecal bile acids. 42 Rice bran oil is also the only readily available oil, other than palm oil, that contains

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developing atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease, or stroke. Thus, for humans, fats containing LDL cholesterol are bad fats and fats containing HDL cholesterol are good fats. Other than cholesterol per se, dietary fats containing specific fatty acid

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this topic in small companion animals, such as dogs and cats. One of the reasons is that compared to humans, cats and dogs are typically resistant to coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, cerebral vascular stroke, and atherosclerosis. Thus

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thrombosis and atherosclerosis? Lancet 1978 ; 2 : 117 – 119 . 8 Bang HO , Dyerberg J , Sinclair HM . The composition of the Eskimo food in north western Greenland . Am J Clin Nutr 1980 ; 33 : 2657 – 2661 . 10.1093/ajcn/33.12.2657 9

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meta-analysis of 46 trials revealed that vitamin D supplementation had no effect on lowering blood pressure. 102 Additionally, both FGF-23 and Klotho have been linked to cardiovascular disease (eg, atherosclerosis, vascular stiffening, and left

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