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Image from page 21 of "The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]" (1859)

Identifier: b19974760M6555

Title: The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]

Year: 1859 (1850s)

Authors: UBM

Subjects: Pharmacy Drug Industry

Publisher: London : Morgan Brothers UBM

Contributing Library: Wellcome Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Wellcome Library

  

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Vitamin E can help in the fight against thickening of artery walls How pharmacists can help acbeve the Holy Grail Pharmacists can take an active part in achieving the Hoiy Grail andhelp reduce CHD by recommending the following to patients: • Smoking cessation programmes • Avoiding central obesity • Eating a diet rich in fish, cereals, fruit and vegetables • Taking frequent moderate exercise • Use of pharmacological agents, such as statins, as required • Dietary supplements, which can play an important role in helping toensure that some of the important minor dietary components, such asanti-oxidants, folic acid, flavonols and isoflavones, are present in thediet in optimal amounts. Continued from Pit to the relative distribution of excessfat than to the amount of excess fat.People with excess internal orcentral fat (apples) are moreprone to problems such as heartdisease, diabetes and stroke thanpeople with excess subcutaneousfat (pears). The Body Mass Index(BMI) chart of hei

  

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