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Re: Strokes
 
Dr.Jeff Views: 723
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Re: Strokes


Hi Yvette,

There are probably several factors that are involved. Chronic levels of inflammation will affect the lining of the arteries. This can play a role in blockages that may lead to strokes.

Intake of trans fats and other toxic oils may play a role both in adding to inflammation and blocking arteries.

High levels of cholesterol have not really been found to be an issue, so much as inflammation.

Arterial stiffness can be a factor. This may be linked with nutritional deficiencies.
 
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