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But the health hazards and benefits of fats, carbohydrates and proteins — and their effectiveness for diets and dieting — depend greatly on the type of fat, carbohydrate and protein.
. . . (See Macronutrients, Dieting and Health ) Dietary fat by itself, not just the body fat it produces, can be a health hazard. A study has shown that reducing dietary fat from 36% of total calories to 26% of total calories can significantly lower blood pressure within 8 weeks [*2]
The most serious complications of menopause are osteoporosis and a decline in cardiovascular health .
There is wide variation in the health status of specific organs among the elderly. Skin, lungs, muscles, blood vessels and organ-function in general is adversely affected by protein cross-linking — which is increased in diabetes
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