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Commentary on: Shan Z, Li Y, Baden MY, et al. Association between healthy eating patterns and risk of cardiovascular disease. JAMA Intern Med 2020; 180:1090–100. doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2020.2176
Implications for practice and research
Nurses should be aware and open to multiple healthy dietary patterns among diverse groups of people and how they might influence cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Further research is required to explore how to increase adherence to healthy diets for diverse population groups within their sociocultural and ecological contexts.
Historically, long-term risk management of CVD is composed of healthy dietary recommendations.1 2 A plethora of information about foods and nutrients occupy media and health research spaces,3 yet consumers often possess a suboptimal understanding of healthy dietary patterns.4 Information about isolated nutrients and foods is insufficient to manage CVD risks; instead, elevated public awareness of various recommended dietary patterns is required. …
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