The cardiovascular benefits in several trending foods and dietary patterns are still incompletely understood. The nutritional science continues to evolve as the number of controversial dietary patterns, foods, and nutrients have received significant media exposure. Popular foods and dietary patterns that are promoted for cardiovascular health to provide clinicians. The case-control studies can be done (inexpensive), thus we can get the exposure and the outcome easily. The major issue will be how to select the study population or how retrospective data are collected. In nutrition studies that process done is recall and record (i.e., that involve keeping a food diary or collecting food frequency information) accurate memory and recording of food and nutrient intake over prolonged periods will be problematic and subject to error, mainly in the diagnosis of disease. The advent of mobile technology and food diaries may provide opportunities to improve accuracy for case studies.
Blood cholesterol is increased due to the intake of Dietary cholesterol. Vegetable oils vary greatly in the content of SFAs, except coconut oil, palm oil is high in SFAs, mostly palmitic acid. The berry boom, berries were the third most consumed fruits, then bananas and apples. Nuts for cardiovascular health: Nuts include Brazil nuts, pistachios, pine nuts, almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, and pecans (tree nuts), and also peanuts, which are legumes. Green leafy vegetables for cardiovascular health: The dark green vegetables attribute to vascular benefits like including reduced arterial stiffness and blood pressure, resulting in part to the enrichment of inorganic nitrate, which undergoes salivary bacterial conversion to nitrite, followed by gastrointestinal acidification to NO. Juicing: leads to heart health Juicing of fruits and vegetables, often in combination with other foods and nutritional supplements, has become very popular, with no end of technologies to prepare the elixirs of health which mainly leads to stroke.