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Cholesterol Versus Inflammation as Cause of Chronic Diseases

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Cholesterol Versus Inflammation as Cause of Chronic Diseases

Sunil K Panchal et al. Nutrients.

Abstract

Tsoupras and colleagues have postulated, in a recent review in Nutrients, that the key to reducing the incidence of cardiovascular disease is to control the activities of inflammatory mediators such as platelet-activating factor (PAF) by diet, exercise, and healthy lifestyle choices [...].

Keywords: Chronic disease; cardiovascular; cholesterol; diet; inflammation; statin.

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The authors declare no conflict of interest.

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