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…a dietary antiox­i­dant with anti-can­cer and heart-pro­tec­tive prop­er­ties,” Karipidou said.​“It also acts against inflam­ma­tory dis­eases and lung, neu­ro­log­i­cal and bone ail­ments. It is impor­tant to remem­ber that lycopene is not…

Sep. 9, 2020 By Costas Vasilopoulos

Consuming High-Polyphenol EVOO Reduces Blood Pressure, Study Finds

…a 10 mmHg reduc­tion in sys­tolic blood pres­sure led to a 20-per­­cent reduc­tion in car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease, 17-per­­cent decrease in coro­nary heart dis­ease, 27-per­­cent reduced risk of stroke and 28-per­­cent decrease in heart

Aug. 31, 2020 By Daniel Dawson

Olive Oil and the Keto Diet

…fewer calo­ries over­all. See Also: Health News Research sug­gests that the keto­genic diet may also lower the risk of heart dis­ease and mit­i­gate the risk of meta­bolic syn­drome (i.e. high…

Aug. 14, 2020 By Daniel Dawson

Consuming Some Animal Products Does Not Undermine Benefits of Plant-Based Diets

…in heart attacks and a seven-per­­cent reduc­tion in over­all mor­tal­ity,” said Joshua Gibbs, the lead author of the study and a stu­dent at the University of Warwick. This is a sig­nif­i­cant find­ing as…

Aug. 10, 2020 By Paolo DeAndreis

Study Links Obesity and Dementia, Recommends MedDiet

…risk of heart dis­ease, high cho­les­terol, obe­sity, type 2 dia­betes, hyper­ten­sion, can­cer and cere­brovas­cu­lar dis­eases, includ­ing demen­tia,” Dorina Cadar, a senior research fel­low spe­cial­iz­ing in demen­tia at UCL, told Olive Oil Times.…

Jul. 22, 2020 By Lisa Anderson

Study Suggests Med Diet Benefits Cardiovascular Health of Firefighters

…told News Wise. Kales co-authored an ear­lier study in 2014, which con­cluded that a Mediterranean-style diet was ben­e­fi­cial for reduc­ing the risk of heart dis­ease and meta­bolic syn­drome in par­tic­i­pat­ing fire­fight­ers.…

Jul. 20, 2020 By Julie Al-Zoubi

Blood Test Determines Adherence to Med Diet, Cardiovascular Risk

…our study.” Last month a study pub­lished by the British Medical Journal hailed the Mediterranean diet as the most effec­tive diet for reduc­ing the risk of heart dis­ease. European Heart Journal…

Jun. 10, 2020 By Julie Al-Zoubi

Mediterranean Diet Most Effective for Reducing Risk of Heart Disease, Study Finds

In diets other than the Mediterranean, most weight loss ben­e­fits dis­ap­peared within a year and the risk of heart dis­ease also rose.…

May. 18, 2020 By Julie Al-Zoubi
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