Keywords: coronary heart disease

    In the past we often said that to prevent the occurrence of intestinal infectious diseases, we must pay attention to health, to guard against the disease from the mouth. To prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, must “disease from the mouth shut. Because of poor eating habits and unreasonable dietary structure is closely related to the occurrence of the “modern disease". Large-scale population-based surveys show that the unreasonable dietary structure and apolipoprotein abnormalities secondary is an important factor in causing atherosclerosis. 1912 Russian scholar to rabbits fed a high cholesterol diet cause atherosclerosis in experimental animal models. Found that the model process is established, the first abnormal elevation of blood lipids, followed by the occurrence of atherosclerotic lesions, indicating that a poor diet can lead to lipid metabolism disorders, and thus the formation of atherosclerosis, leading to the occurrence of coronary heart disease .

    40 years ago, the United States of coronary heart disease morbidity and mortality, once risen rapidly since the 1960s, coronary heart disease morbidity and mortality is a significant drop, until now. The reason, most scholars believe, mainly due to the improvement of the lifestyle that reduce cholesterol intake and control of smoking, thereby reducing the risk factors of coronary heart disease. But in China, with the development of society, people’s living standards improve, due to unreasonable dietary structure, smoking and other risk factors of coronary heart disease morbidity and mortality showed an increasing trend. A large number of epidemiological survey data show that the close relationship between eating habits and coronary heart disease, usually eating high cholesterol foods, significantly increased the incidence of coronary heart disease. Must develop good eating habits from childhood, adjusting a reasonable diet structure, in order to prevent the occurrence of coronary heart disease.