Cardiovascular disease is a major lifestyle discover and claim nearly about 5 to 6 million. Indian population According to who
it accounts 64 percent of all death in every year in India.
The incidence of this disease increase with age having peak at middle age around 50 to 60 years .Only comprehensive risk
reduction programme with appropriate changes in life style will result in the successful treatment and prevention of cardiovascular
disease. Present investigation has been under taken to assess the correlation in the prevalence of cardiovascular disease with the
specified risk factor in particular food in take pattern among cardiovascular diseases patients . Selected rural areas of Beed
District of Maharashtra State. Five hundred cardiovascular disease male patients.
Between 40 to60year in age group from parali & patoda districts .Were selected purpositive random sampling method .Food
intake was assessed with the help of 24 recall method. It is concluded that mostly non vegetarians except fish eaters consumption
of milk and milk products animal fact groundnut oil and lifestyle like dinks and smoking cigarette were found to strongly
associated with prevalence of cardiovascular disease.
Ugale Shardul M. is pursuing for B.Tech. (Food Technology) degree from K.K. Wagh College of Food Technology Nashik, M.P.K.V Rahuri. I have
attended workshop on ?Business opportunities in food Processing? which was held by JMCC. Also attended a seminar organized by NIFTEM. I am
working on this project under Prof. R.B.Watharkar, Department of Food Science and Technology, K.K.Wagh College of Food Technology.
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