The soy connection continuing professional education

Newsletter, Vol 22, No 4

1. This article suggests evidence to replace ______ with _______ in order to decrease cardiovascular disease risk.
2. To lower LDL-C, the authors state that a diet providing ______% of calories from saturated fatty acids is recommended.
3. The article reported that an American Heart Association Science Advisory in 2009 recommended 5-10% of energy intake from _________ for cardiovascular disease reduction.
4. The authors suggest that methodological limitations have been raised about certain studies that do not show an adverse link between saturated fatty acids and the risk of cardiovascular disease. These stated limitations include all of the following, EXCEPT:
5. ________ oil is stated in the article as the most commonly consumed vegetable oil in the US.
6. The authors offer several suggestions for reducing saturated fat consumption, while increasing polyunsaturated fat intake. All of the following recommendations are made, EXCEPT:
7. The most recent American Heart Association recommendations state that Americans should get no more than _____% of calories from trans fats.
8. Among the benefits of monounsaturated fatty acid consumption, the article states that monounsaturated fats :
9. Good sources of Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), as stated in the article include all of the following, BUT:
10. High-oleic soybean oil has been shown to be an effective replacement for partially hydrogenated oils as it is able to:
11. Substituting high oleic soybean oil in place of trans fat-containing partially hydrogenated soybean oil has _________ heart health effects, as suggested from research in the article.
12. This article review found that most of the controlled clinical trials that examined the effect of replacing high oleic-oils for equivalent amounts of fats and oils high in saturated fats showed significant reductions in: