Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Guide to Practice in the 21st by Nanette Wenger

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Increasing physical activity in daily living can be helpful in this regard (Fig. 9) (32). 005 2,000- 1,000- 0 Progression No Change Regression Figure 8 Effects of a low-fat diet and leisure-time physical activity in patients with baseline coronary angiography and stable angina pectoris. Higher levels of physical activity were associated with either no change or a reversal of coronary atherosclerotic lesions, corresponding to an energy expenditure of 1533 ± 122 kcal/week and 2204 ± 237 kcal/ week, respectively.

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