undergraduate thesis
Influence of bioactive food components on reduction of cardiovascular risk factor related to blood lipoproteins

Antonela Prolić (2014)
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
FACULTY OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Department of Food and Nutrition Research
Sub-department of Nutrition
Metadata
TitleUčinak bioaktivnih komponenti hrane na redukciju kardiovaskularnog rizika povezanog s profilom lipoproteina : završni rad
AuthorAntonela Prolić
Mentor(s)Ines Banjari (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Bolesti srca i krvnih žila, odnosno kardiovaskularne bolesti imaju veliki utjecaj na preranu smrt, ali i na kvalitetu samog života te su glavni uzrok smrtnosti u svijetu. Odgovorne su za 30 % svih smrtnih slučajeva u svijetu. U kardiovaskularne bolesti se među ostalima ubrajaju infarkt miokarda, ishemijska bolest srca i ateroskleroza. Uzroci kardiovaskularnih bolesti su: visok unos masnoća, visok unos soli, jednostavnih ugljikohidrata odnosno rafiniranih, arterijska hipertenzija, debljina, genetski čimbenici, pušenje te neke druge bolesti kao što su bolesti štitnjače, dijabetes tipa 2, te psihosocijalni čimbenici i stres. U cilju smanjenja rizika od kardiovaskularnih bolesti značajna je odgovarajuća prehrana, smanjenje unosa soli, svakodnevna tjelesna aktivnost, prestanak pušenja, umjereno konzumiranje alkohola te izbjegavanje stresa. Postoje dva principa prehrane koji dokazano smanjuju rizik od kardiovaskularnih bolesti, a to su Dash dijeta i mediteranska prehrana. Mediteranska prehrana je postala preporučeni način prehrane diljem svijeta i smatra se najzdravijim načinom prehrane, čije temeljno obilježje uporaba maslinovog ulja koje dokazano smanjuje rizik od kardiovaskularnih bolesti. Cilj ovog rada je prikazati principe ova dva načina prehrane s aspekta smanjenja rizika za kardiovaskularne bolesti povezanih s profilom lipoproteina.
Keywordscardiovascular diseases risk factors blood lipoprotein profile Dash diet Mediterranean diet characteristic foods nutritional guidelines
Parallel title (English)Influence of bioactive food components on reduction of cardiovascular risk factor related to blood lipoproteins
GranterJosip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
FACULTY OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of Food and Nutrition Research
Sub-department of Nutrition
PlaceOsijek
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOTECHNICAL SCIENCES
Food Technology
Food Safety and Quality
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeFood Technology
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. ing. techn. aliment.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2014-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) have immense impact on preterm death, as well as on the overall quality of life, and represent number one death cause. Out of all death causes, 30 % are due to CVDs. CVDs among others include myocardial infarction, ischemic heart diseases and atherosclerosis. The main causes of CVDs are high intake of fats, high intake of salt, simple carbohydrates, hypertension, obesity, genetic factors, smoking, and other diseases like thyroid diseases, type 2 diabetes, psychosocial factors and stress. Minding the aim of lower risk for CVDs significant influence have adequate diet, lower intake of salt, regular physical activity, avoiding smoking, occasional alcohol consumption and stress relief. Two dietary principles have been proven to lower the risk for CVDs; DASH diet and the Mediterranean diet. The Mediterranean diet has become the recommended dietary regime around the globe and is considered to be the healthiest diet. Its main characteristics include regular olive oil consumption, which has been proven to diminish the risk for CVDs. The aim of this paper is to show principles of these two dietary regimes with the aspect of lower risk for CVDs related to blood lipoproteins.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)kardiovaskularne bolesti rizični čimbenici profil lipoproteina Dash dijeta mediteranska prehrana karakteristična hrana prehrambene smjernice
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:109:402197
CommitterSanda Hasenay