Research recommendation(s) from an individual piece of guidance
|Guidance:||Prevention of cardiovascular disease|
|Date issued:||June 2010|
Research recommendations coming out of this guidance
- Cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention aimed at individuals tends to widen health inequalities. Is there any effective way to ameliorate this? Conversely, is‚?¶
- Could ‚??natural‚?? experiments aid understanding of the impact that ‚??upstream‚?? factors such as the social, economic and physical environment have on the incidence‚?¶
- What impact would food taxes and subsidies, particularly in relation to salt, saturated fats and fruit and vegetable consumption, have on cardiovascular disease‚?¶
- What has been the impact of marketing bans on foods high in fat, sugar or salt in Norway, Sweden, Romania and Quebec? What lessons can the UK learn?
- What effect would a regular daily intake of 2.5 g of stanols or sterols have on the incidence of cardiac and stroke events? How can we best evaluate stanols in‚?¶
- How do inequalities contribute to the consumption of trans fats, poly-unsaturated and mono-unsaturated fats, fresh fruit and vegetables and stanols?
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