Controversial Dietary Patterns: A High Yield Primer for Clinicians
The American journal of medicine
Cardiovascular disease; Diet; Dietary patterns; Education; Heart disease; Nutrition
In cardiology clinic visits, the discussion of optimal dietary patterns for prevention and management of cardiovascular disease is usually very limited. Herein, we explore the benefits and risks of various dietary patterns, including intermittent fasting, low carbohydrate, Paleolithic, whole food plant-based diet, and Mediterranean dietary patterns within the context of cardiovascular disease to empower clinicians with the evidence and information they need to maximally benefit their patients.
Aggarwal, Monica; Ros, Emilio; Allen, Kathleen; Sikand, Geeta; Agarwala, Anandita; Aspry, Karen; Kris-Etherton, Penny; Devries, Stephen; Reddy, Koushik; Singh, Tamanna; Litwin, Sheldon E.; Keefe, James O'; Miller, Michael; Andrus, Bruce; Blankstein, Ron; Batiste, Columbus; Belardo, Danielle; Wenger, Christopher; Batts, Travis; Barnard, Neal D.; White, Beth A.; Ornish, Dean; Williams, Kim A.; Ostfeld, Robert J.; and Freeman, Andrew M., "Controversial Dietary Patterns: A High Yield Primer for Clinicians" (2022). GW Authored Works. Paper 320.