Conclusión y Referencias: Nutrición, Menopausia y Enfermedad Cardiovascular

Conclusión

La creciente prevalencia de enfermedades cardiovasculares (ECV) está directamente relacionada con los cambios de los hábitos alimentarios y del modo de vida. Se han identificado algunos de los componentes alimentarios específicos que incrementan el riesgo de ECV así como las intervenciones adecuadas para modificar su repercusión.

La mujer durante su menopausia sufre cambios en el perfil de lípidos sanguíneos, que incrementan el riesgo de ECV. Toda mujer debe ser instruida desde muy temprana edad con recomendaciones saludables a nivel de alimentación y estilos de vida saludables con el objetivo de modificar todos los factores que sean susceptibles de modificación así como lograr evitar al máximo el desarrollo de este tipo de patologías.

Es primordial generar conductas alimentarias correctas en las mujeres que favorezcan un equilibrio nutricional a lo largo del tiempo, dado que lo que elegimos como alimento tiene un potente impacto sobre la salud en la edad adulta.

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