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Major diets in CV disease Ornish diet. DASH diet. STEP diet. Mediterranean diet. Portfolio Diet. Women's Health Initiative.
Hypothyroidism 1. Iodine 2. Selenium 3. Thyroid Hormone
Venous insufficiency 1. Flavonoids 2. Horse chestnut 3. Pycnogenol
Thrombophlebitis/deep vein thrombosis 1. Bromelain 2. Vitamin C 3. Vitamin E 4. Homocystein lowering agents 5. Nattokinase 6. Fish oil
Raynaud's Disease 1. Inositol hexanicotinate 2. Fish oil
Mitral Valve Prolapse 1. Magnesium
Hypertension 1. CoQ10 2. Potassium
Hypercholesterolemia 1. Niacin 2. Functional Food Supplements 3. Pantheine 4. Red Yeast Rice 5. Stanols 6. Fish Oil
CHF 1. CoQ10 2. Carnitine 3. Taurine 4. Arginine 5. Magnesium 6. Hawthorne
Atherosclerosis 1. Homocysteinereducing agents| Folic acid|B6|B12 2. Fish oils 3. Vitamin K
Arrhythmia 1. Magnesium
Angina Pectoris 1. CoQ10 2. Carnitine 3. Hawthorne.
Metabolic diseases covered: Diabetes. Hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism.
GI diseases covered: Cholescystitis/cholelithiasis. Crohn's disease. Diverticular disease. Esophageal reflux. Hepatitis B and C. irritable bowel syndrome. Pancreatitis. Peptic Ulcer. Ulcerative colitis.
Rheumatology diseases covered: Bursitis. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Fibromyalgia. Gout. SLE Lupus. Osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis. Sciatica.
Obstetrics/ Gynecology disease covered: General!
Ornish diet Low fat. Vegan diet. Exercise and stress reduction. Avg 20 lb weight loss. Intensive.
Dietary approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Whole grains. Fruits. Vegetables. Fish. Non-fat-dairy. No change in sodium. Overage 10+mmHg with sodium restriction. 12-14% CHD risk.
Step 1 diet 30% fat. Cholesterol <300 mg/day. 7-9% reduction in TC. Doubled effect if vegetarian.
Step II diet 30% fat. Cholesterol <200mg. 7% sat fat. Reduced TC by 16-20%.
Mediterranean diet Fruits veggies. Whole grains and nuts. 30% fat (olive and fish). Low refined sugars dairy and animal sat fats. Mod ETOH. Reduced obesity by 30%.
Portfolio diet Step II diet plus plant sterols. Soy protein. Almonds. Fiber. Reduced LDL 30%. Decreased CRP.
Women's Health initiative Food pyramid Handout versus clinician. Importance of whole-foods. low-fat diet. Decreased fat % increased fruit/veggie %. no change in cardiovascular risk.
American Heart Association Diet and lifestyle guidelines for CV health Caloric moderation. 30 mins of exercise. No smoking. Fruits?veggies. Whole grains. Fatty fish. Lena meats/no skin. Non-fat/low-fat dairy products. <7% sat fat. <1%trans fat. <300 mh cholesterol
<2300mg sodium. <1 drink women. 1 drink men. Less sugars.
Cholecystitis/Cholelithiasis 1. UDCA
Chron's disease 1. Vitamin D 2. Fish oil 3. Artemisia absinthum
Diverticular Disease 1. Supplemental fiber
Esophageal Reflux 1. DGL
Hepatitis B and C 1. Vitamin E 2. Sho-saiko-to (Japanese formula with ginger) 3. Glycyrrhizin
Irritable bowel syndrome 1. Psyllium fiber 2. Peppermint oil 3. Probiotics
Pancreatitis 1. Pancreatic enzymes 2. Soy Flour
Peptic ulcer 1. Zinc 2. DGL 3. Cabbage Juice 4. Mastic gum 5. Vitamin C 6. Probiotics
Ulcerative colitis 1. Omega 3 FA's 2. Butyrate 3. Boswellia
Bursitis 1. DMSO
Carpal tunnel syndrome None
Fibromyalgia Acetyl-L-Carnitine
Gout Colchicine
SLE Lupus 1. DHEA 2. Vitamin D 3. Fish oil concentrate
Osteoarthritis 1. Glucosamine sulfate 2. Chondroitin sulfate 3. SAMe 4. Niacinamide 5. Green-lipped mussel 6. Curcuma domestica ( Tumeric)
Rheumatoid arthritis 1. GLA 2. Fish oil concentrate
Negative Effects of Corticosteroids: 1. Bonewasting 2. Immunesuppresion 3. Impaired Blood Sugar Control
By each top shelf intervention: Nutrient/disease
Acetyl-L -Carnitine Sciatica. Fibromyalgia.
Alpha-Lipoic acid (ALA) Sciatica. Diabetes.
Arginine CHF
Artemesia absinthum Chron's
Betaine Atherosclerosis (Homocysteine reducing agent)
Biotin Diabetes
Boswellia Ulcerative colitis
Butyrate Ulcerative colitis
Cabbage juice Peptic ulcer
Carnitine Angina Pectoris. CHF. Intermittent claudication. COPD. Fibromyalgia.
Chromium Diabetes
Colchicine Gout
Combination therapy (EPA. DHA. oleic acid. folic acid. vitamin A/B6/E) Intermittent claudication
CoQ10 Angina Pectoris. CHF. HTN.
Curcuma domestica (Tumeric) Osteoarthritis
Chondroitin sulfate Osteoarthritis
DGL (deGlyccerhized Licorice) Esophageal reflux. Peptic Ulcer.
DMSO Bursitis
Fiber Diabetes. Diverticular Disease. Irritable bowel syndrome.
Fish Oil Atherosclerosis. Chron's. Hypercholesterolemia. Raynaud's. Concentrate: (Rheumatoid arthritis|SLE Lupus)
Flavenoids Venous Insufficiency (hydroxyethylrutoside)
Folic acid Atherosclerosis (Homocysteine reducing agent)
Functional food supplements (fiber. Soy protein. Margarines with stanols.) Hypercholesterolemia
GLA Rheumatoid arthritis
Ginkgo Intermittent claudication
Glucosamine sulfate Osteoarthritis
Green lipped mussel Osteoarthritis
Glycyrrhizin Hepatitis B and C
Hawthorne Angina Pectoris. CHF.
Homocysteine reducers (Folic acid. B6. B12. Betaine) Atherosclerosis
Horse Chestnut Venous insufficiency
Iodine Hypothyroidism
Inositol hexanicotinate Intermittent claudication. Raynaud's.
L-carnitine COPD. Intermittent claudication.
Magnesium CHF. Mitral Valve Prolapse. Arrythmia. Diabetes.
Mastic Gum Peptic ulcer
Mixed amino acids CHF
Niacin Hypercholesterolemia. time-release IH: (Intermittent claudication/Raynaud's)
Niacinamide Osteoarthritis
Omega-3 fatty acids Ulcerative colitis
Pancreatic Enzymes Pancreatitis
Pantetheine Hypercholesterolemia
Peppermint oil Irritable bowel syndrome
Potassium HTN
Probiotics Irritable bowel syndrome. Peptic ulcer.
Psyllium fiber Irritable bowel syndrome
Pynogenol Venous insufficiency
Red Yeast rice Hypercholesterolemia
SAMe Osteoarthritis. CI: bipolar
Selenium Hypothyroidism
Sho-saiko-to (glycyrrhizin formula) Hepatitis B and C (not with interferon)
Soy flour Pancreatitis
Stanols (from soy) Hypercholesterolemia
Taurine CHF
Thyroid Hormone Hypothyroidism
UDCA Cholecystitis/cholelithiasis
Vitamin B6 Atherosclerosis (Homocysteine reducing agent)
Vitamin B12 Sciatica. Atherosclerosis (Homocysteine reducing agent)
Vitamin C Peptic ulcer
Vitamin D Chron's. SLE Lupus (def)
Vitamin E Hepatitis B and C
Vitamin K Atherosclerosis
Willow bark Osteoarthritis
Zinc Peptic ulcer
None Thrombophlebitis/DVT. Hyperthyroidism. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
CV diseases covered: Angina Pectoris. Arrhythmia. Atherosclerosis. CHF. Hypercholesterolemia. Hypertension. Intermittent claudication. Mitral valve prolapse. Raynaud's disease/Raynaud's phenomenon. Thrombophlebitis/deep vein thrombosis. Venous insufficiency.
Hyperthyroidism None. no smoking. iodine
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