Kings College London Research Has Found an Association Between Diet and Depression / Anxiety in Elderly, Says Nutri-Med Logic Corp. (amazon) (shopzilla)

Miami, Florida (PRWEB) November 29, 2011

Nutri-Med Logic Corp: This newly published study by King’s College London establishes a more conclusive role for Essential Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Depression and Anxiety Disorders, from young to old.

The study by the Kings College London states Plasma linoleic acid (Omega-6) levels were found to have a negative linear relationship with depressive symptoms. (Negative association denotes factors that lead to various forms of mental disorder.)

The study, which included 130 participants, aged 60 to 86 years of age, from outpatient psychiatric services of four hospitals, concluded that the higher levels of Omega-6 are associated with higher residual Depression and Anxiety.

The results of another recent study by National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) suggested that a daily diet of Omega3 fatty acids should be incorporated for the young and healthy individuals, since it has reduced their symptoms of anxiety.

According to the NCCAM study, a 12 week, double-blind study that included 68 healthy young medical students (38 men, 30 women), not only suggested that omega3 fatty acids reduced the symptoms of Anxiety, and consistent with the previous studies of NCCAM, Omega-3 diet was suggested for reducing depressive symptoms in “clinically” depressed young subjects.

Moreover, another recent study by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of National Institutes of Health and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHA) recommended that 2 grams of omega-3 fatty acids per day to reduce depression and anxiety scores among active service members with recurrent self-harm tendency.

Omega-3 and Omega-6 are classified as Essential Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, both of which are only obtained through diet and they form an important part of all cellular membranes. Human body is incapable of producing either Omega-3 or Omega-6 and thus depends on the diet for their supply.

Omega-6 is found in most food but Omega-3 can only be attained from leafy green vegetables and cold-water fishes. Due to its scarcity in the diet, the deficiency of Omega-3 is substituted with readily available Omega-6, which explains the association between the higher residual depression / anxiety and the higher levels of Omega-6, as suggested by the King’s College study.

The higher levels of Omega-6 can only be reduced through higher dietary intake of Omega-3.

Higher intake of Omega-3, not only would reduce the high levels of Omega-6, determined to be the key focus of elderly depression and anxiety in the Kings College London study, but consistent with the various recent studies of NIH, higher intake of Omega-3 reduces the anxiety symptoms for the younger population.

In conclusion, Nutri-Med Logic Corp (http://www.nutrimedlogic.com) agrees with the study published by The Kings College London but adds that higher levels of Omega-6 can only denote deficiency of Omega-3 in the diet. Nutri-Med Logic Corp, also, adds, that higher intake of Omega-3 not only would reduce the higher levels of Omega-6, beneficial for the elderly with Depression and Anxiety, but also beneficial for the young suffering from Anxiety Disorder due to stress.

Nutri-Med Logic Corp is a producer of dietary supplements, including a Concentrated and Balanced Omega-3 as well as an Ideal Anti-oxidant.

Nutri-Med Logic’s products are Formulated Based on Nutritional Logic, made from the highest quality raw materials that are manufactured in pharmaceutical facilities, encapsulated in pharmaceutical facilities and packaged in pharmaceutical facilities.

It must be noted that the studies, sources or statements, above and below, have not been evaluated by The FDA and, thus, one should not relate the cause of any diseases, stated herein, to lack of Omega-3 dietary supplementation; nor equate its supplementation to prevention, treatment or cure.

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    San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

    While many people in San Francisco are searching for the secrets to reaching their healthy weight goals and improve their overall health, discovering the keys for anti-aging would also be a welcome benefit. A new study by researchers with the University of California in San Francisco found that making positive lifestyle changes, like eating nutrient dense foods, could lead to a more healthy weight as well as helping with anti-aging. But, although most San Francisco dieters would like to lose weight and stop the aging process, sticking with a weight loss program in order to see results can be challenging.

    Diet Doc created their weight loss programs to provide their clients with an easy, fast way to lose weight without struggling through cravings, fatigue or weakness. And, through their unique programs, Diet Doc has helped thousands of patients lose weight and begin leading healthier, happier lives.

    Many studies have considered the positive health benefits that weight loss programs can provide for those choosing to lose weight, but this new study focused instead on the aesthetic benefits of weight loss programs and looked at how positive lifestyle changes can help with anti-aging. Concluding their study, researchers found that achieving a healthy weight and making other positive changes may actually reverse the aging process. Diet Doc provides their clients with a comfortable transition to their healthy weight through a combination of nutrition counseling, recipes for low fat meals and all natural fat burning supplements. Now, in addition to successful weight loss, patients choosing to lose weight with Diet Docs weight loss programs may also be following anti-aging techniques that could help them to look younger in addition to feeling younger.

    Each potential Diet Doc patient will first complete a confidential online health questionnaire and schedule a consultation with one of Diet Docs specially trained physicians. Because Diet Doc understands that many clients would prefer to avoid potentially embarrassing face-to-face appointments at a doctors office, consultations are offered over the phone or the internet, in the privacy of the patients own home. During this initial consultation, the patient and physician will discuss the patients healthy weight goals and the physician will recommend and prescribe all natural supplements to help them quickly achieve these goals while also providing the patient with anti-aging benefits. To save patients time and money, any supplements prescribed for the patient can be easily ordered during their consultation and will be shipped directly to the patients front door.

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      San Jose, California (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

      Follow us on LinkedIn Worldwide soy foods market is driven by increasing awareness among consumers about the health benefits offered, including heart and bone health, as well as protection from cancer. Soy foods initially forayed into the market as a health food product and gradually earned the tag of specialty food. Traditionally, soyfood products have been sold and marketed primarily through retail segments, such as supermarkets and large mass outlets. However, with an increasing portfolio of soy-based products and their expanding applications, the need existed for expanding the products scope to other potential channels as well. Sales through foodservices therefore form an integral part of such prospective channels. Over the years, Soyfoods have moved away from retailing at small natural food stores to mainstream food outlets, buoyed by improvement in taste and product innovations. Soy foods have now emerged as a healthier and convenient dietary alternative to the existing products in developed nations. Even in developing markets, soy foods have found a place in the mainstream market and are provided as packaged foods in several varieties, the shift attributed to market liberalization and improved supply network.

      The market for soy-based products expanded considerably with innovative and continuous launch of various soy products. Formerly, soy products found in retail stores were limited to tofu, bitter-tasting soymilk and poorly textured meat analogues. With advanced technology, development of tasty soy products has become easier. Several types of tasty soy beverages and snacks continue to hit the market every year. The launched IQF technology utilized intermediate moisture meat analogues to improve the quality vastly while encouraging growth. Other products include soy cheese, soy tortillas, soy bars, soy ice creams, soy pastas, soy breakfast cereals, soy breads and soy confections.

      During the past decade, organic soy foods witnessed swift growth within the overall food sector, primarily in the developed US market. The trend is motivated by significant developments that took place in meat analogs and soymilk industry. Organic soy foods are increasingly becoming favorites of traditional consumers and have gained immense popularity among pure vegetarians. Increased demand for organic soy foods is drawing the attention of mainstream food processors. However, despite the general success , the product has its own history of initial challenges. The soy supplements market witnessed a marked slowdown and diminished growth during the period 2006-07, on account of severe anti-soy allegations that surfaced during the time. However, subsequent research and investigations rendered the allegations uncertain on grounds of incorrect research methodology used for such inferences. The soy foods industry, thereafter, recovered from the controversies and has since been marching forward.

      Backed by rapid development, huge population base and rapid growth in promising markets of China, India, Indonesia and Korea, Asia-Pacific represents the largest and fastest growing regional market surging at a strong CAGR of 6.4%, as stated by the new market research report on Soy Foods. Asia also emerges as the leading soy milk consumer worldwide, with a per capita consumption of about 16.4 liters annually. Demand for soy proteins in China and Southeast Asia is progressively expanding, principally due to a gradual shift in peoples life styles and dietary habits. With respect to soy food products, Whole Soy Foods, inclusive of soymilk, soy beverages, meat alternatives, tofu, miso, cereals and others represents the most prominent segment for soy foods.

      Major players profiled in the report include Alpro, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Dean Foods Company, Eden Foods, Inc, Galaxy Nutritional Foods, Inc., Hain Celestial Group, Kikkoman Group, Earths Own Food Company Inc., The Solae Company, and Turtle Island Foods, Inc., among others.

      The research report titled Soy Foods: A Global Strategic Business Report announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of the soy foods markets, impact of the recession on the market, current market trends, key growth drivers, recent product introductions, recent industry activity, and profiles of major/niche global as well as regional market participants. The report provides annual sales estimates and projections for soy foods market for the years 2009 through 2017 in value (US$ ) terms for geographic markets, US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World. Key product segments analyzed include Whole Soy Foods, Soy Ingredients and Soy Oil. The study also provides historic data for an insight into market evolution over the period 2003 through 2008.

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        Tampa Bay, FL (PRWEB) February 07, 2012

        Customers. They are the lifeblood of any business. But in the Direct Selling Industry, customers fill several vital roles. Direct selling relies heavily on relationship marketing, introducing products to to friends and family members. If the prices are fair and the products are good, Marketing Associates find acquiring new customers is easier. If prospective customers have already heard of the the products, or better yet – even used the the products, the sales cycle becomes much less complicated. And more customers means more products and less worry about Federal regulators.

        When one of our reselling Marketing Associates can point to our brand name on highly credible web sites such as Amazon.Com, it’s pretty hard to question our credibility. Says LHN Chief Operating Officer Russell Bly. But when a customer has been using our products, experiencing our quality first-hand, and been delighted with our customer service, those customers tend to spread the word. Happy customers lead to happy Marketing Associates. In fact, many times those same customers also become Marketing Associates themselves. What’s more, the Federal Trade Commission wants to see that products from a direct-selling company actually have value in the marketplace. A large and happy customer base keeps us in the good graces of the FTC. Said Bly.

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          Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 02, 2012

          A new report by University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, states that compelling evidence links Alzheimer to multifactorial risk disorder resulting in low blood circulation to brain (chronic brain hypo-perfusion) during advanced aging. Nutri-Med Logic Corp adds that while the factors mentioned in this report, more specifically, micro-nutrients, trace metals, lipids and pro-oxidants are all associated with the diet but overwhelming number of studies have also pointed to excess pro-inflammatory nutrients, as a key and contributing factor in the development and progression of this diseases.

          The study by the University of Texas states that two decades of research and over 73,000 research papers has not resulted in a significant progress as to why people get Alzheimer and what could be done to avoid it. Nutri-Med Logic Corp adds that The University of Texas correctly attempts to shift the focus from how to treat the symptoms to how to avoid the key causes of the Sporadic Alzheimer.

          According to National Alzheimers Council, Sporadic Alzheimer constitutes 90-95% of Alzheimers cases.

          The report blames, in part, micro-nutrients, trace metals, lipids and pro-oxidants as being involved in the development of oxidative stress and neuro-degeneration, in the presence of low blood flow to the brain, seen in Sporadic Alzheimer.

          Department of Physiological Science, University of California at Los Angeles has studied the relationship between a diet high in saturated fat (lipids) and the decrease in the levels of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), which suggests a high-fat diet affects cognitive function.

          According to the University of Miami, BDNF is essential for many functions such as neuronal growth and maturation. University of Miami further states that boosting BDNF is thought to be beneficial in several human disorders, including Alzheimers disease. (Nature Biotechnology, March 25, 2012.)

          Studies have successfully incorporated the use of anti-oxidants as a mean to combat the drop in BDNF levels, due to oxidative stress caused by the high-fat diet. (Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Apr;19(7):1699-707.)

          Attempts to increase the BNDF levels either through medication, gene therapy or simply through diet (anti-oxidants) coincides with the finding of the University of Texas, which points to lipids (fat) and pro-oxidant (causing oxidative stress) as two of the key factors.

          While the high-fat diet is a matter of choice, factors such as metals and pro-oxidants are mainly counteracted by an internal antioxidant called Glutathione, which its levels drops by age. None-the-less, Glutathione can be increased through diet, more specifically through supplementation of a nutrient called R-Alpha Lipoic.

          Additionally, several studies have determined that the structure within the neuronal cell membrane bilayer, more specifically Omega-3 (anti-inflammatory) / Omega-6 (Pro-inflammatory) ratio, is associated to detrimental or beneficial effects in Alzheimers.

          In animal studies, Omega-6 (abundant in red meat) resulted in significantly higher secretion of Abeta-40 and Abeta-42 proteins (both implicated in Alzheimers) compared to Omega-3 diet and that an early-onset of Alzheimer’s has corroborated with the in-vitro findings that lower levels of Abeta in the brain were associated with low fat-diet enriched in Omega-3. J. of Biol. Chem. 2010 Oct 22. (Epub).

          In conclusion, Nutri-Med Logic Corp, agreeing with University of Texas study, adds that in addition to the nutritional factors mentioned in the study, pro-inflammatory nutrients also play a key and fundamental role in the development and the progression of the Alzheimers.

          Nutri-Med Logic Corp is the producer of the Natural, Balanced, Deodorized, Concentrated & Pharmaceutical Grade Omega-3. Omega-3 is the most effective anti-inflammatory nutrient.

          Nutri-Med Logic Corp is also a producer of dietary supplements such as a Pharmaceutical Grade R-Alpha Lipoic Acid, a potent anti-oxidant and the dietary supplement of choice for the Diabetics, in Germany for decades;

          Producer of PolyEnylPhosphatidylCholine (PPC 425mg), an extract of soy, a pure and effective dietary source of choline and the recommended dietary supplement for those with Fatty Liver and Alcoholic Liver Disease, in Europe for decades.

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          Nutri-Med Logic’s products are Formulated Based on Nutritional Logic, made from the highest quality raw materials that are manufactured in pharmaceutical facilities, encapsulated in pharmaceutical facilities and packaged in pharmaceutical facilities.

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            Toronto, ON (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

            Bel Marra Health, who offers high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, reports a new study explaining the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet in reducing the likelihood of hot flashes.

            As Bel Marra Health reports in its article (http://www.belmarrahealth.com/anti-aging/a-mediterranean-diet-that-reduces-hot-flashes/) people living along the Mediterranean coast have consumed diets rich in plant based foods without giving it much thought. Over the last decade, countless studies have shown that following a Mediterranean diet has the potential to protect us against the development of heart disease, certain cancers, particular neurological problems, diabetes, and obesity. In a recent study, Australian researchers now believe it can also help with hot flashes.

            A hot flash is a short sensation of heat that can come at anytime during the menopause stage in a womans life. It can include sweats and even be accompanied by a red, flushed looking face. Some women experience a more rapid heart rate followed by chills. Night sweats can occur with hot flashes as well and often interfere with sleep. It can be a difficult and frustrating time in a womans life.

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            Fruits and vegetables are known to be packed full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. These fresh foods included in Mediterranean diets have also been associated with a lower level of bad cholesterol; the type of cholesterol that is likely to build up deposits in arteries.

            A recent study involving six thousand women who were monitored over nine years, showed the link between a Mediterranean diet and reduced occurrences of hot flashes. Those who closely followed the Mediterranean diet were 20 percent less likely to report hot flashes. Women who were in menopause and ate high-fat diets were 23 percent more likely to experience hot flashes and night sweats.

            The study conducted in Australia through the University of Queensland could not specify exactly which foods prevent the flashes, but the researchers say that it is possible that low-fat diets help stabilize estrogen thus easing hot flashes. Eating a Mediterranean diet could also place blood sugar within a normal range, keeping symptoms of menopause to a minimum.

            The authors of the study admit that not enough research has been done to start offering recommendations to women with menopause; however, they do remind people that a lot of research shows the Mediterranean-style diet has many health benefits. They say for this reason, adopting it at any point in life is a good idea.

            While research continues in the connections between food and flashes, there are other steps women can take to lessen the burden. It may not be possible to completely eliminate hot flashes during menopause, but there are triggers that can cause them to occur more frequently. Doctors recommend avoiding the following during menopause:

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              The latest video from Health News Wire describes how a well-balanced diet, complete with specific fat-burning foods, can help lose weight and unwanted fat in as fast as one day. The foods consumed during the One Day Meal Plan demonstrate the potential to increase leptin-production and speed up metabolism throughout the day, and are key to one day fat loss.

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              The author describes the One Day Diet Meal Plans three principal strategies for maximizing fat loss; including consuming foods that are easy to process for energy, eating a healthy dinner each night, and participating in strategic, planned fasting. These three techniques increase the bodys leptin levels, burn more fat, and increase energy levels.

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                Dr. Theresa Dale PhD, CCN, NP, of the Wellness Center for Research and Education, responds to recent news articles that indicate there may be a major widespread nuclear radiation exposure occurring due to Japans Fukushima accident in 2011 (http://www.enenews.com, a world Energy News and archive site).

                According to Dr. Dale, unless the Japanese government entombs the entire Fukushima Plant as was done 25 years ago at Chernobyl, it will continue spewing into the environment, land, sea and air. A threat of radiation contamination to foods and supplies prompting us to reconsider our lifestyle, diet and choice of supplementation support.

                In view of a contamination threat, Dr. Dale advocates we reconsider now our lifestyle, diet and choice of supplementation to naturally support the immune system to protect itself from ionizing radiation. When discussing dangerous radiation levels, most people refer to the ionizing radiation at levels reaching far above average background radiation levels experienced every day. On the other hand, non-ionizing radiation such as visible light, radar, microwaves and radio waves are virtually harmless by comparison. Potential health effects of low frequency non-ionizing radiation devices such as common wireless phones are the subject of an ongoing examination by the Parliament Council of Europe (2011 document 12608). In contrast, ionizing radiation by definition is excessive energy, mass produced by unstable atoms. Dr. Theresa Dale, founder of the Wellness Center for Research and Education, notes that ionizing radiation is powerful enough to break molecular bonds in living tissue, causing damage and in extreme cases, death. Whenever ionizing radiation passes through living tissue, or are ingested, they have the potential of removing electrons from atoms, turning them into positively charged particles, or ions, which may possibly damage bodys cells.

                Dr. Dale feels that the urgency under deliberation is the risk involved when every organism in the food chain is jeopardized. Radiation contamination to food and water supplies should motivate continued testing not only in Japan, but in countries around the globe, including here in the U.S. Meanwhile, Dr. Dale has put a dietary and supplementation plan together that is research based and sensible, designed to enhance the immune system.

                After a direct experience with radiation exposure from the Chernobyl disaster, Dr. Theresa Dale of the Wellness Center for Research and Education, created a distinct product called HGP to repair the pathway that produces Glutathione in the body. Dr. Dale discerned that the best way to naturally recover from radiation is to actually fix the pathway in the body that detoxifies it – The Hepatic Glutathione Pathway. The key to repairing the pathway is so the body is able to detoxify, correct and protect itself from free radicals. Repairing the pathway using the Hepatic Glutathione Pathway (HGP) formula blend is much more effective than wasting money using expensive Glutathione supplementation.

                Dr. Dale went a step further and put together an Anti-Radiation Protection Protocol to be used in conjunction with HGP a Homeopathic RadiationX formula and a biologically available BioIodine supplement. The dosage depends on exposure length and proximity to the nuclear plant. Seaweed varieties are known sources of iodine and when found sourced from the U.S., appear to be safe. For additional defense, Dr. Dales Anti-Radiation Protocol also involves using Vitamin D3, an Optimal Multi Pro vitamin and Nano Ionic Minerals with Silica, along with the Ocean Meds supplement that has high amounts of Fucoidan, a seaweed extract used for cancer and other health issues.

                So what would a 21st Century Nuclear First Aid Anti-Radiation kit look like? For a start consider Dr. Theresa Dales Hepatic Glutathione Pathway formula, along with her Homeopathic RadiationX formula and BioIodine supplement product, available by contacting the Wellness Center for Research and Education; not forgetting to pack a few tasty, crisp, organic algae snack foods.

                There are a plethora of diets in this day and age, but Dr. Dale says the Nuclear Anti-Radiation Diet should demand fullest attention. Based on research at the Institute of Radiation Medicine in Minsk and by Israeli scientists treating Chernobyl children with spirulina, Chlorella algae, or Dunaliella algae, it was found that these micro-algae foods helped normalize blood chemistry. In short, after radioactive exposure, eating seaweeds and algaes are advised but do not eat foods that have been contaminated with fallout. Dr. Dale recommends that if a food supply has been exposed to radiation, consumers buy frozen veggies but find out where and when they are grown and packaged. According to Dale, an Anti-Radiation Diet should focus on the following organic foods:

                Whatever the outcome of Fukushima or other nuclear plants making headlines, such as San Onofre, CA, or Salem, NJ, Dr. Dale feels a personal strategy change is needed to transition over to a powerful, whole plant food based diet that can improve detoxification of nuclides or radioactive elements. Dietary plant fibers, sulfur-containing antioxidants found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and cabbage, along with pectin in fruits, and Green tea have all been shown to reduce levels of radioactive substances and provide protection against free radical damage. In addition, the Wellness Center for Research and Education recommends supplementation using specific Anti-Radiation formulas such as the Hepatic Glutathione Pathway formula, Homeopathic RadiationX, and BioIodine that can support the immune system and assist the body in detoxification and rejuvenation.

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                  What started 10 years ago with a few studies looking into the impact of blueberry consumption and Alzheimers Disease has led to more research relating to Parkinsons Disease, cognitive performance in children, balance and hearing.

                  During this time, researchers have learned a tremendous amount about the powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in blueberries. Now, they want to learn more and are launching new studies into the health benefits of the naturally occurring compounds found in blueberries polyphenols, flavonoids and anthocyanins.

                  Previous studies have shown the potential for compounds in blueberries to impact memory and mood in older adults, as well as the function of compounds in blueberries to enable housekeeper cells in the brain to remove biochemical debris, which is believed to contribute to the decline of mental functioning with age.

                  Below are some of the many brain-related studies currently underway looking into how compounds in blueberries can help improve brain health and protect against other diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic illnesses.

                  Parkinsons Disease

                  Parkinsons Disease is a degenerative disease that affects the area of the brain that controls movement, and researchers at Purdue University and North Carolina State University are looking for ways polyphenol compounds in Wild Blueberries may slow or help prevent Parkinsons Disease.

                  Hundreds of thousands of people are impacted by Parkinsons Disease in the U.S. alone. The potential positive impact of discovering a link between compounds in Wild Blueberries and Parkinsons is huge, noted Mary Ann Lila, Director of the Plants for Human Health Institute at North Carolina State and a leading researcher in this area.

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                    Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 24, 2013

                    Bel Marra Health, who offers high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, reports on a new study suggesting that the Mediterranean diet is the best diet for optimal adult health.

                    As Bel Marra Health reports in its article (http://www.belmarrahealth.com/uncategorized/new-research-shows-that-this-diet-is-the-ideal-choice-for-optimal-adult-health/), the Mediterranean diet is not a new one, yet it is now being recommended to adults looking to reduce their risk of heart attacks, strokes, and all heart-disease related illnesses.

                    According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, approximately 30 percent of all heart attacks, strokes and heart disease-related deaths can be prevented by simply adhering to the Mediterranean diet. The key characteristics of the Mediterranean diet include a high intake of fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grains and olive oil, a moderate intake of wine, dairy and poultry, and a low intake of red meat, sweet beverages, pastries and creams.

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