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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 of incarcerated Latinos are fathers What is cardiovascular disease? The Hispanically Speaking News (HS News) site, found at, is an independent online daily news site and virtual cultural center where we create and publish valuable, timely and culturally sensitive content all peppered with some spicy wit to keep you engaged, informed and connected. Our niche news site is here for you with relevant news about and for Hispanics. Hispanically Speaking News Things to implement in diet to reduce obesity or cardiovascular disease. Created by: What is obesity? Estimated number of Hispanic fathers across the nation Nearly of Hispanic teens who are raised in asingle-parent home are atrisk of dropping out of High School or teen pregnancy - Hereditary- Prenatal and Postnatal influences- Unhealthy Diets- Unhealthy Lifestyles 11.3 million 50% 20% The effects of absent Latino fathers: Food Choice to Reduce Risk of Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease Obesity is when one takes in more calories than burned(used up by the body) Factors of Obesity As of 2010, 1 in every 9 Singaporeans are obese. It is the term used to describe the hardening of arteries. It is a progressive damage to the blood vessels thatnourish the heart. These arteries start off with a smoothinner lining. Over time, material becomes embedded in plaques or deposit under the inner lining.This material is a mixture of cholesterol, fatty acids, etc.Cardiovascular Disease can cause heart attack,arrhythmia, etc due to ongoing inflammation. 29.5% of deaths in Singapore 2013 is due to cardiovascular disease Usually leads to Include nuts in diet as they can reduce blood cholesterol.Rich in polyunsaturated fattyacids, they keep blood vesssels healthy. Eat not more than 20-30%calories from fat 29.5% Reduce fat intake like using skinned milk instead of whole milk Reduce sugar intake for eg, avoid sweet drinks Reduce sodium intake as excessivesodium leads to hypertension.
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