- •Population of study men, 50.5 years old and with a moderate-high cardiovascular risk.
- •Lifestyle intervention improved lipids the first two years and tobacco consumption.
- •Decrease in cardiovascular risk estimation was achieved with lifestyle intervention.
- •Most patients had subclinical atherosclerosis at baseline that worsened over the study.
- •A proinflammatory environment found at baseline did not improve over the study.
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