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Diet Interventions in Treatment-Experienced Patients with HIV Disease
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Evidence Based Approaches to Diet Interventions
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What do we need to focus on to improve survival in persons on ART?
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What is the most common cause of death in your patients who are on HIV tx?
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Number of Deaths from 10 Leading Causes - National Vital Statistics System, United States, 2010
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Cardiovascular disease and HIV
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Cardiovascular disease and HIV
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What do we know about lipids, diet, and cardiovascular risk that can be applied to HIV+?
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High risk patient?
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Fasting Lipids
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What lipid measure most strongly predicts arteriosclerosis?
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Non�HDL Cholesterol, Apolipoproteins A-I and B100, Standard Lipid Measures, Lipid Ratios, and CRP as Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease in Women
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Table 5: Relative Risk of Myocardical Infarction Quartile of Log Triglyceride Level/HDL Level
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What is metabolic syndrome?
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Which of the following are not part of the definition of metabolic syndrome?
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AHA/ updated NCEP
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My patient's lipids
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What diet would you recommend?
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Predimed study: Mediterranean diet reduces CVD compared to low-fat diet
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Subgroup Analyses: who benefits most?
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Baseline and 1-year prevalence of the metabolic syndrome (MetS) by diet assignment. MedDiet indicates Mediterranean diet; VOO, virgin olive oil. *P�<�.05 vs control diet.
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Summary of Dietary Recommendations to Participants in the Mediterranean-Diet Groups and the Control-Diet Group
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Proportion of Predimed participants with elevated triglycerides at one year
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Low carbohydrate diets lower triglycerides
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Mean (+/-SE) Percent Change in Serum Concentrations of Lipids among Subjects on the Low-Carbohydrate Diet and Those on the Conventional (Low-Calorie, High-Carbohydrate) Diet.
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Fasting Lipids: change after 6 months on low-carb diet
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What do you tell patients for a low-carb diet?
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Foods to eat:
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Other steps to reduce triglycerides
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What to do for the obese patient?
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At what BMI is someone considered overweight?
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BMI Categories
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What diet would you recommend?
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Shai et al. Diet Study Overview
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Weight Changes during 2 Years According to Diet Group
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Comparison of the Atkins, Zone, Ornish, and LEARN Diets for Change in Weight and Related Risk Factors Among Overweight Premenopausal Women: �The A TO Z Weight Loss Study: A Randomized Trial
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Shai, et al: Changes in CRP According to Diet
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Obese patient
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Diet Summary
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Figure from Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Hemoglobin A1c Levels in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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Recommendations for use of pedometer/accelerometers for increasing physical activity
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Exercise recommendations
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