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Despite serious problems in the way the study was conducted, their conclusions are the same: A Mediterranean diet can cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes by about 30 percent in those at high. The Mediterranean diet and similar plant-based nutrition plans appear to reduce heart disease risk by up to 20 percent, an analysis published Monday by JAMA Internal Medicine has found. The study found that people eating the Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil were 30 percent less likely to experience a heart attack, stroke, or death from cardiovascular causes. We’ve been hearing about the benefits of a Mediterranean diet for years, and now authors of a major study long cited for suggesting its heart-healthy benefits said the research was flawed.
The. The Mediterranean diet, when supplemented with lots of olive oil or nuts, could cut a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease by a third. It’s rare to see an effect size that big, even in studies.
Ischemic heart disease and the Mediterranean diet. Curr Cardiol Rep. 2014; 16:491. doi: 10.1007/s11886-014-0491-6 Crossref Medline Google Scholar; 92. Sleiman D, Al-Badri MR, Azar ST.
Effect of mediterranean diet in diabetes control and cardiovascular risk modification: a. Several studies have documented an inverse association between adherence to the Mediterranean diet and risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), but little data are available on the relationship between Mediterranean diet and risk of stroke. Interest in the Mediterranean diet began in the 1960s with the observation that coronary heart disease caused fewer deaths in Mediterranean countries, such as Greece and Italy, than in the U.S. and northern Europe. Subsequent studies found that the Mediterranean diet is associated with reduced risk factors for cardiovascular disease. This style of eating can play a big role in preventing heart disease and stroke and reducing risk factors such as obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
There is some evidence that a Mediterranean diet rich in virgin olive oil may help the body remove excess cholesterol from arteries and keep blood vessels open. Here’s an easy-to-understand primer on what to eat (and when) on the Mediterranean Diet. Your heart will love you for it!
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