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High intake of calcium supplements may promote the development of adverse cardiovascular events, such as stroke and myocardial infarction.
The inhibitory action of free fatty acids on glucose transport, oxidation, and glycogen synthesis may be responsible for lipid-induced insulin resistance in humans.
Cholesterol crystals may promote arterial thrombosis via arteriosclerotic plaque disruption and erosion.
Eating large quantities of pulses may lower the cancer, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease risk.
High consumption of dietary cholesterol promotes the development of vascular diseases.
Nitrate-rich fruits and vegetables may lower high blood pressure and reduce cardiovascular disease risk.
High intakes of fruits, nuts, vegetables, whole grains, unsaturated fats, and omega-3-fatty acids are associated with decreased coronary heart disease risk.
High serum concentrations and bioactivity of insulin and IGF-1 may promote the development and proliferation of cancerous cells.
High intake of sodium may increase the chances of dying from cardiovascular diseases.
Obesity and insulin resistance may promote the development of atherosclerosis and endothelial dysfunction.