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The author reviews early research connections between dietary fat and cardiovascular disease caused by the build-up of plaque in arteries and examines other factors that contribute to atherosclerosis, such as infection and dietary proteins. Relying on data obtained from almost 2, research articles and literature reviews, the author provides a thorough analytical examination and discusses how emphasis on the role of dietary fat in atherogenesis has overshadowed the critical contribution of dietary proteins to the development of cardiovascular disease.

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Sciences Des Aliments The effects of dietary proteins on plasma lipids, on the process of oxidation and on homocysteinemia, platelet aggregation, atherosclerosis, arterial hypertension and thrombosis have been investigated in animal models and in humans. Although sometimes conflicting, the results of epidemiological surveys and experimental studies, show that, in contrast to vegetable proteins, animal proteins might be well promote the development of atherosclerosis in subjects genetically predisposed to atherosclerosis, particularly in hypercholesterolemic subjects.

Their eventual effects on healthy subjects have not been still proven.


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  • For the analysis of the results, several factors have to be taken into account: The atherogenic, hypertensive and thrombotic effects depend on the amino acid composition of proteins, on the nature of the peptides released during digestion and of the extent of their immunologic effects.