Articles about Mediterranean diet
Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Risk of Kidney Disease
Dietary patterns that closely resembled the Mediterranean diet were linked with a 50 percent reduced risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
Not Such a Mediterranean Diet for College Students in Spain
A recent study finds that most Spanish university students opt for a diet that is high in meat and dairy but low in fruits and vegetables.
Mediterranean Diet Can Reverse Metabolic Syndrome
A new study finds that following a Mediterranean diet can reverse metabolic syndrome, which afflicts up to 25 percent of adults.
Mediterranean Diet, Workplace Health at Harvard Conference
The Harvard School of Public Health is hosting two events at the end of September celebrating Greek food and the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
Mediterranean Diet Found to Decrease Mouth Cancer Risk
While eating raw, unprocessed foods seems to reduce the risk for mouth cancer, it's also what you’re not eating.
Confused by Diet Options? Doctors Say Keep it Simple, Mediterranean
With studies giving conflicting information on the effectiveness of diet options, doctors say keeping it simple and "Mediterranean" is the way.
Enrico Lupi Re-Elected at RE.C.O.MED
The chairman of the Italian National Association Città dell’Olio will return as president of the Mediterranean Olive Oil Cities Network.
Add Olive Oil to Vegetables to Lower Blood Pressure
A study suggests that eating unsaturated fats (such as olive oil) with specific vegetables rich in in nitrite and nitrates can protect from hypertension.
The Right Olive Oil ‘Dosage’ for Those at High Risk of Cardio Diseases
A Spanish researcher provided new information on the amount and benefits of olive oil consumption for people with a high risk of cardiovascular disease.
Formidable Fat: The Plant-Based Olive Oil Diet
Brown University researcher Dr. Mary Flynn says her advocacy of a plant-based, olive oil diet was at one time considered outrageous.
A ‘Model Diet’ for Prevention of Alzheimer’s
Adherence to the Mediterranean diet slows cognitive decline, a condition that ultimately leads to Alzheimer’s disease.
Mediterranean Diet Linked to Less Inflammation
Researchers have found that adherence to a Mediterranean diet is associated with lower levels of inflammation markers.
More Evidence Mediterranean Diet Protects from Diabetes
A new meta-analysis shows a Mediterranean diet not only reduces the risk of diabetes, but more so in individuals at high risk for heart disease.