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New Study Delves Into Mechanisms Behind MedDiet’s Health Benefits
Researchers found that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 25 percent. They also got some clues as to why this may be the case.
Supplementing the MedDiet With Some Dairy Can Be Heart Healthy
A new study discovered it is not necessary to avoid cheese and yogurt to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
U.S. Dietary Committee Recommends Mediterranean Diet for Healthy Living
The U.S. Dietary Guideline Advisory Committee released a report suggesting Americans should follow the Mediterranean dietary model for better health.
Study Shows Canola Oil Cannot Replace Olive Oil in a Mediterranean-Style Diet
Researchers concluded canola oil cannot be recommended as a suitable substitute for extra virgin olive oil in a Mediterranean-style diet.
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Grab Your Favorite EVOO, Rinse, Repeat
"Oil pulling" believers credit the practice of swishing oil with a range of benefits, from whiter teeth to increased energy and healthier skin.
Add Olive Oil to Your Skin
Just like olive oil is a healthy part of your diet, it’s also a worthy addition to your skin care routine.
Olive Oil Health Benefits
Olive Oil Accelerates Wound Healing in Burn Patients
A new study shows that eating olive oil can expedite the healing of burn wounds.
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.
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