Dietary prevention of coronary heart disease: The Lyon Diet Heart Study.
What does LDHS stand for?
LDHS stands for Lyon Diet Heart Study (health program)
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- Lake Dallas High School (Dallas, TX)
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- Lithgow District Historical Society (Australia)
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- Low-Dosage Heparin Therapy
- Landscapers Depot Inc. (New Hampshire)
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- Larga Distancia Internacional (Spanish: International Long Distance)
- Large Document Imaging (construction)
- Laser Design, Inc. (scanning sytems; Minnesota)
- Laser Desorption/Ionisation
- Laser Diagnostic Instruments (Tallinn, Estonia)
- Laser Direct Imaging
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Samples in periodicals archive:
9) The well-known Lyon Diet Heart Study also demonstrated a survival advantage with the Mediterranean diet.
Likewise, the Lyon Diet Heart Study showed the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids for heart health.
Mediterranean diet, traditional risk factors, and the rate of cardiovascular complications after myocardial infarction: final report of the Lyon Diet Heart Study.
The Lyon Diet Heart Study is probably one of the most important studies that's been done to prevent recurrent heart disease.
This is an area where the scientific evidence is particularly strong yet just a few paragraphs are devoted to the DART study, Lyon Diet Heart Study and the GISSI trial.
Another impressive clinical trial was the Lyon Diet Heart Study in which 605 French post-MI patients were randomized to either a conventional reduced-fat diet or to a Mediterranean-type diet emphasizing more fish, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and bread along with less meat, no butter or cream, and liberal use of an alpha-linolenic acid--enriched canola oil margarine.
Mediterranean diet, traditional risk factors and the art of cardiovascular complications after a myocardial infarction: Final report of the Lyon Diet Heart Study.