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17 percent of deaths are due to heart disease, young people are also at risk

 World Heart Day will be celebrated across the world on Wednesday (29 September). The theme of this year's day is 'Take care of your heart with your heart.' According to one statistics, about 17 million people die every year due to heart disease. Heart disease accounts for 17 percent of the deaths in our country due to various diseases.

At one time it was believed that the elderly were at greater risk of heart disease. However, recently the incidence of heart disease among young people is increasing at a higher rate. They are also at high risk. Therefore, prominent people have now urged to be aware of this matter.

Pragya (Knowledge for Progress) and National Heart Foundation of Bangladesh organized a webinar titled 'Transfatty Heart Disease Risk and Actions in Bangladesh' on Tuesday in view of World Heart Day. Speakers there said that in recent times in Bangladesh, cases of heart disease among youth are being seen more, which is very worrying. Consuming foods rich in transfats is one of the main causes of heart disease.

According to the World Health Organization, Bangladesh is one of the 15 countries with the highest risk of dying from transfat-related heart disease. Therefore, if transfat control regulations are not finalized immediately, the risk of transfat-related heart disease will continue to increase at an alarming rate. The webinar also revealed that transfats are a harmful food ingredient that increases the risk of heart disease and premature death from heart disease. Dalda or Banaspati Ghee and various foods made from it, fast food and bakery products contain trans fat.

According to a study, one in five youth in Bangladesh is at risk of heart disease. The World Health Organization aims to eliminate transfats from the world's food supply chain by 2023 to reduce the risk of heart disease and premature death from heart disease worldwide.

Bangladesh Safe Food Authority has prepared a draft 'Trans Fatty Acid Control Regulation, 2021'. It is waiting to be finalized after necessary scrutiny.

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Dr. Sohail Reza Chowdhury, Professor, National Heart Foundation of Bangladesh Epidemiology and Research Department, said in the webinar, “If transfats are eliminated in the diet, it will play an important role in the prevention of non-communicable diseases.” We hope that the government will adopt the rules as soon as possible.

ABM Zubair, executive director of Pragya, said, “Young people tend to eat more foods with transfats. If transfats are not eliminated from the diet, the younger generation will face serious health risks.

Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI) Bangladesh Country Lead. "If we can't eliminate transfat in food, the risk of transfat-related heart disease in the country will increase, medical expenses will increase and we will suffer financially," said Ruhul Quddus.

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he theme of this year's day is 'Take care of your heart with your heart.' According to one statistics, about 17 million people die every year due to heart disease. At one time it was believed that the elderly were at greater risk of heart disease. Pragya and National Heart Foundation of Bangladesh organized a webinar titled 'Transfatty Heart Disease Risk and Actions in Bangladesh' on Tuesday in view of World Heart Day. Consuming foods rich in transfats is one of the main causes of heart disease. According to the World Health Organization, Bangladesh is one of the 15 countries with the highest risk of dying from transfat-related heart disease. Therefore, if transfat control regulations are not finalized immediately, the risk of transfat-related heart disease will continue to increase at an alarming rate. The webinar also revealed that transfats are a harmful food ingredient that increases the risk of heart disease and premature death from heart disease. According to a study, one in five youth in Bangladesh is at risk of heart disease. The World Health Organization aims to eliminate transfats from the world's food supply chain by 2023 to reduce the risk of heart disease and premature death from heart disease worldwide. Global Health Advocacy Incubator Bangladesh Country Lead."If we cannot eliminate transfat in food, the risk of transfat-related heart disease in the country will increase, medical expenses will increase and we will suffer financially," said Ruhul Quddus. 

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