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Title: The Role of Nutrition in Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases


1
The Role of Nutrition in Prevention of
Cardiovascular Diseases
JG Fodor, MD, PhD, FRCPC Professor of
Medicine Head of Research University of Ottawa
Heart Institute Ottawa CANADA
2
Standard Death Rate, All Causes, All Ages, per
100,000
Country Standard Death Rate
Slovakia 990
Hungary 1124
Austria 658
Source WHO/ Europe, HFA Database, January 2002.
3
Austria-Hungary-Slovakia BP Study
Austria Hungary Slovakia
Population 8 million 9.9 million 5.4 million
Life Expectancy 78 yrs 71 yrs 73 yrs
Gross National income (per capita) 25.220 (US) 4, 740 (US) 3,700 (US)
4
Standard Death Rate, Ischaemic Heart Disease, All
Ages,/100,000 (year2000)
Source WHO/Europe database, January2002
5
Population Determinants of Health
Nutrition Behaviour Hygiene
Socioeconomic factors
Cultural factors
Psychosocial Aspects (stress)
6
Percent of total energy derived from proteins
Source WHO/ Europe, HFA Database, January 2002.
7
Types of fat consumption per capita (kg/l)
Source GfK-USM Ukrainian Surveys Market
Research
8
Per capita consumption of sugar (kg- raw value)
Source Sugar Year Book 1997, International Sugar
Organization 1997.
9
Average amount of fruit vegetables derived/
person /year
Source WHO/ Europe, HFA Database, January 2002.
10
Knowing is not enoughwe must apply.Willing is
not enoughwe must do.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Heart Healthy Nutrition in Slovakia Project (HHNP)
  • Objectives
  • Raise the issue of healthy nutrition as public
    agenda
  • Reduce the consumption of saturated fat and
    refined carbohydrates
  • Increase consumption of vegetables, fruit and
    soluble fibers

12
Heart Healthy Nutrition in Slovakia Project (HHNP)
Supported by the Canadian International
Development Agency (CIDA) 200-2002 Coordination
between University of Ottawa Heart Institute and
Ministry of Health, Slovakia
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Results of the HHN Project
  • Established communication and coalition between
    the scientific community, health professionals,
    food industry and government
  • Raised the issue of heart healthy nutrition as a
    public agenda
  • Use of the logo is in progress

15
HHNPUnexpected Bonus
  • Close cooperation between Canada and Slovak
    Republic in scientific research
  • HOPE TOO
  • DREAM
  • ON TARGET
  • Austria-Hungary-Slovakia Blood Pressure Study

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HHNPUnexpected Bonus
Learning from each other- Good friends, for life!
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