Say yes to a Mediterranean diet to cut the risk of heart disease and stroke



According to researchers at the University of Cambridge more than 12 per cent of deaths caused by cardiovascular disease could be avoided by changes to diet.
The study was the first of its kind to look into the real-world benefits of such a diet in the UK.
Over 12 to 17 years, 24,000 people in Norfolk were surveyed.
The Mediterranean diet is about eating a wide variety of food groups and eating them in moderation.
Fresh fish, lentils, fresh fruit and vegetables, low-fat dairy, and red meat in moderation all contribute to a reduced risk of dying from heart disease.
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29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
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