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Dietary Fiber Linked to Lower Risk of Heart Disease and Cancer
MedDiet Prevents Overeating, Study Finds
Research from North Carolina suggested the Mediterranean diet satiates the appetite better than the Western diet.
Nutrients From Food, Not Supplements, Associated With Lower Death Risk
Researchers found the adverse health effects of a poor diet can not be offset by taking nutritional supplements.
Poor Diet Kills More People than Smoking or High Blood Pressure
New global research showed the longevity advantage of following a nutrient-dense diet that is plentiful in fruits, vegetables, nuts and whole grains.
Mediterranean Diet Linked to Lower Risk of Bladder Cancer
New research suggests an inverse relationship exists between following the Mediterranean diet and the incidence of bladder cancer.
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Adding Dairy Products To Med Diet Reduces Cardiovascular Risk
The study also found that adding several servings of low-fat dairy to the MedDiet provides increased nutritional benefits.
New Study Suggests a Healthy Diet May Not Reduce Dementia Risk
These findings contradict earlier studies, which have concluded that a healthy diet reduces the risk of mental decline and aids in the prevention of abnormalities that can precede dementia.
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Mediterranean Diet Boosts Athletes’ Performance Within Days
Researchers believe characteristics of the Mediterranean diet, such as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, might improve endurance.
Heart-Healthy Diets Linked to Better Cognitive Function in Middle Age
Following a nutrient-dense eating plan, such as the Mediterranean diet, in early adulthood may help prevent mental decline decades later.
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