Nutrition, Cardiometabolic and Vascular Health Tracker

Last updated on 04/05/2022

Current Highlights

Building on years of expertise in the nutrition, vascular and cardiometabolic domains, NNEdPro has established a group of interdisciplinary researchers with the aim to produce cutting-edge research to support the achievement of the Global Development Goals to reduce by one-third premature mortality from chronic diseases by 2030, in particular, cardiometabolic and cardiovascular diseases.


The Nutrition and cardiometabolic and vascular health evidence tracker represents a living collection of published original research and reviews which underpins research related to cardiometabolic and vascular health. The evidence is organised by thematic area based on different known pathways linking diet, cardiometabolic and vascular health.


Recent Resources include

Vimaleswaran KS, Zhou A, Cavadino A and Hyppönen E. Evidence for a causal association between milk intake and cardiometabolic disease outcomes using a two-sample Mendelian Randomization analysis in up to 1,904,220 individuals. International Journal of Obesity, 2021.

Recent BMJ Nutrition Articles include


Huang M, Lo K, Li J, Allison M, Wu WC and Liu S. Pasta meal intake in relation to risks of type 2 diabetes and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women: findings from the Women’s Health Initiative. BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, 2021.

The connections depicted in the tracker below represent evidence from reviews only.

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