·MADTP 2015 may suggest diet, exercise, behavior and positive attitude to bring normal blood lipid levels in reducing risk of cardiovascular disease among middle aged persons.Objective:
LONGLIVE LIFESTYLE cholesterol lowering program may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease by diet, six month exercise prescription and modified habits of smoking, alcohol and behaviorDesign and Method:
LONGLIVE LIFESTYLE diet plan along with walking-running exercise and behavior for six months was tested to improve serum high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) appeared earliest; and the improvement of low density lipoprotein IV; cholesterol (LDL-C). Different risks of pre-hypertension and hypertension were defined based on blood pressure for coronary disease burden.Results:
Different risk levels of pre-hypertension, hypertension were defined. A LONGLIVE LIFESTYLE diet plan along with walking-running exercise improved serum high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) appeared earliest; and the improvement of low density lipoprotein IV; cholesterol (LDL-C) appeared after long-six month period exercise during MADTP2015 protocol to reduce risk of coronary artery disease.Conclusions:
•MADTP2015 highlights the LDL-C and non-HDL-C as culprit in CHD risks in middle aged people. •MADTP2015 is based on LONGLIVE life style including diet modification, weight management and walking-running exercise for cardiac protection and reducing TG & CHD risks. •Walking-running exercise for consistent longer periods is effective treatment of dyslipidemia as improved HDL-C and LDL-C IV; total cholesterol after long-period exercise. •Diet modification by adding more Indian recipes can improve cardiopulmonary function, decrease the resting heart rate and systolic blood pressure. •Strategy of combined modified diet, LONGLIVE life style(least smoking, alcohol, low-fat) and therapeutic exercise can improve body composition, reduce body fat weight, increase muscle weight, and strengthen the patient heart.