Impact of MUFAs and Biophenols in Extra Virgin Olive Oil on Cardiovascular Risk Factors - ACRRM
Lifestyle modification and behavioural changes are an essential component of overall cardiovascular risk modification and overall health. A heart-healthy diet has been the cornerstone of CVD prevention for decades. As nutritional science continues to evolve, we are beginning to understand more about the cardiovascular benefits of certain foods.
Patients often seek health and nutrition advice from GPs, however due to constantly emerging data on nutrition, health and well-being the current recommendations can often be unclear. Here we explore the latest evidence and recommendations for EVOO.
This activity is approved for 1 Core Point(s).
Professor Peter Clifton
MBBS, PhD, FRACP
Professor of Nutrition,
University of South Australia
Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, SA
MBBS, BSc, FRACGP, FASLM
Medical Educator, James Cook University, QLD
Ochre Health Clinic, Maleny, QLD
On completion of this program, participants will be better able to:
- Identify patients who do not meet their individual HbA1c targets despite two oral diabetes medicines and require medication review to address the progressive nature of type 2 diabetes
- Evaluate which specific oral medications to add in order to improve HbA1c management and address co-morbidities
- Address the impact of pill burden on patients, as a means of improving adherence to diabetes medicines