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Inflammation de bas grade : impact dans les maladies cardiovasculaires et prévention micronutritionnelle

Abstract : With industrialization and lifestyle changes in recent decades, one observation has been made: Man moves less and less and eats more and more. Its unbalanced diet is oriented towards products that are often too refined, too sweet and salty, deficient in nutrients, minerals, vitamins, essential amino acids, fiber and omega 3. Changes in lifestyle accentuate the oxidative stress that attacks our protein, glycoprotein and lipid structures with free radicals. All these accumulated factors are not without consequences on our organism. One of them is the installation of a chronic inflammatory pathology called low-grade inflammation. This consists of the appearence of an inflammatory background evolving at low grade, which is now considered as a factor involved in many current pathologies (cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, neurodegenerative diseases). Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, with atheromatous plaque formation responsible for 80% of cardiovascular complications. The impact of our way of life in this pathology is such that it seems essential to put nutrition back at the center of patient care. The officinal pharmacist will have a full role to play by providing, on the one hand, hygieno-dietary advice and on the other hand, a micronutritional approach aimed at restoring an optimal intake of micronutrients.
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Amalia Lemarchand. Inflammation de bas grade : impact dans les maladies cardiovasculaires et prévention micronutritionnelle. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2020. ⟨dumas-03432647⟩



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