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Implications for practice and research
Clinicians need to engage community-based public health and other partners to deliver the intensity of diet and physical activity needed to have a positive impact on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk.
More research is needed to identify the most efficient (cost and time) means of intervention delivery to achieve positive short-term and long-term impacts.
A substantial body of convincing evidence suggests that a healthy diet and physical activity are associated with reduction in cardiovascular events and mortality rates along with a number of other important …
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