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Heart disease, cerebrovascular disease and hypertensive disease are all closely associated with atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is now classified as a chronic inflammatory disease, where fibrous plaques form on the surface of blood vessel walls and become sites of chronic inflammation. Fibrous plaques are unstable and when they rupture, platelets aggregate, forming a thrombosis, which will often lead to angina, myocardial infarction or stroke.

High levels of fat ingestion associated with modern diets, can cause high cholesterol in the blood encouraging the formation of fatty deposits on the inner wall of arteries, leading to the disease called atherosclerosis(5, 6, 7). In epidemiological studies, when the level of cholesterol in the blood will be expected to be reduced by 1% then the risk of developing atherosclerosis in subsequent years will be expected to be reduced by 2%(8, 9, 10, 11). Cholesterol has a close relationship with low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) along with 3 other major lipoproteins. Cholesterol is transported in the blood by binding with LDL, HDL and other lipoproteins. LDL is considered a bad lipoprotein because it can transport and deposit cholesterol on blood vessel walls leading to the fibrous plaques characteristic of atherosclerosis. HDL is considered a good lipoprotein because it can actually transport cholesterol away from the fibrous plaques on the blood vessel walls and return it to the liver for excretion or reuse. People with high LDL levels are more susceptible to atherosclerosis, while people with high levels of HDL are less susceptible.

People may regulate cholesterol not only by using cholesterol-lowering drugs, but also by changing eating habits and doing exercise. In addition, the ingestion of functional foods with the ability to reduce the levels of cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) can decrease the likelihood of the development of atherosclerosis(12, 13, 14, 15).

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