Longer telomere length was found in patients who adhered to the Mediterranean diet.
Eating a Mediterranean-style diet is associated with lower burden of white matter hyperintensity volume, a marker of small-vessel brain damage.
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The Grain Foods Foundation's Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum discusses the benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
Mediterranean diet is associated with improved cognitive function in older adults with high
Mediterranean diet correlated with a 21% reduced risk of diabetes, according to findings from a meta-analysis with populations spanning multiple countries.
Spanish researchers have documented the antioxidant benefits of a traditional Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes grains and seafood over red meat and is rich in fruits and vegetables. The randomized trial was part of a large-scale diet investigation under way in Spain. This study compared two versions of the Mediterranean diet, one supplemented with olive oil,…
Diet and Nutrition Information Center
An expert panel assessed 41 diets to come up with their final results, examining the evidence behind each diet's claims, the short-term and long-term weight loss associated with the diet, how easy the diet is to follow, how well each diet conforms to current nutrition standards, and its effect on diabetes and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Adherence to the eating pattern known as the Mediterranean diet significantly reduces mortality as well as the rates of various illnesses.
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Association only significant among men and only in seropositive rheumatoid arthritis.
In overweight adults, a low-glycemic diet did not improve insulin sensitivity, lipid levels, or blood pressure.