ESC Satellite: Diet and Risk Reduction of CVD: Evidence, Controversies, and Consensus

presented by Cleveland Clinic

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Notification icon Sunday, September 1, 2019 1 PM - 2 PM Europe/Paris

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Program Overview:

When advising patients on diet and CVD risk reduction, providers base their recommendations on the evidence available. However current opinion on diet and CVD continues to be conflicted and controversial. This program will provide expert insight on dietary saturated fat, carbohydrates and the role of the gut microbiome in halting and reversing cardiovascular diseases.

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate the underlying evidence on the role of obesity, carbohydrates and the gut microbiome in the development of CVD
  • Integrate best practices with regards to lifestyle and dietary recommendations to prevent or manage ASCVD and related diseases, such as diabetes


Leslie Cho, MD                   Katherine Hoercher, RN
Cleveland Clinic                   Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH                      Cleveland, OH


Leslie Cho, MD                    Steven Nissen, MD                Ulf Landmesser, MD
Cleveland Clinic                    Cleveland Clinic                       Department of Cardiology,
Cleveland, Ohio                    Cleveland, Ohio                       Charite’ Berlin
                                                                                                  Berlin, Germany

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Course Syllabus

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