A Mediterranean diet might save your life, study says2/26/2013
Get ready to pour on the olive oil. A comprehensive new study strongly links the Mediterranean diet with heart health, suggesting it could prevent up to 30 percent of strokes, heart attacks and heart disease deaths. The findings were so strong, in fact, that researchers concluded the study earlier than planned because the results were so obvious. The diet consisted of three servings of fish per week, an equal amount of legumes and five servings of fruits and veggies per day. And though processed foods (like "commercially made cookies, cakes and pastries") were verboten, not all indulgences were off limits: Study participants got to enjoy seven glasses of wine per week. [Source]
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