Study: Plant-Based Diets With Nuts and Virgin Olive Oil Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk By 30%
Food for Thought:We already understand the many benefits of the Mediterranean diet, but a new study casts yet another convincing health vote in its favor. A landmark global study shows that people who eat a plant-based Mediterranean diet supplemented with nuts or virgin olive oil may enjoy long-term benefits, including a 30% lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
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