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Dietary habits and oral hygiene as predictors of caries in year old children. The second effect an experiment revealing impact of television commercials food preferences preschoolers. Journal of Pedodontics . Nuts are high in unsaturated fatty acids and low fats contribute to cholesterol lowering by altering the profile diet as whole. A shift from unfiltered boiled coffee to has contributed significantly the decline serum cholesterol Finland

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It has also been suggested that elevation of plasma homocysteine is consequence and not cause atherosclerosis wherein impaired renal function resulting from raises levels . Gortmaker S et al. d Associated evidence and expert opinion included. Public Health Nutrition

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Journal of the Royal College Physicians . The strength of evidence on lifestyle factors is summarized in Table