Mediterranean diet may reduce stroke risk in women
Ailsa A. Welch Adherence to a Mediterranean-style diet may help to reduce stroke risk in adults at high risk for CVD, especially women older than 40 years, according to a study...
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Mediterranean-style Diet can Lower Stroke Risk in Women
Women over 40 who follow a Mediterranean-style diet are at lower risk of developing heart disease and stroke.
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Effects of dietary omega-3 fatty acids on bones of healthy mice
Altering the lipid component in diets may affect the incidence of metabolic bone disease in patients dependent on parenteral nutrition. Consumption of polyunsaturated fatty...
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Women who eat a Mediterranean diet face a 22% lower risk of stroke
University of East Anglia, researchers compared the stroke risk of 23,000 participants, who were put into four different groups based on how closely they followed the diet...
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Mediterranean-style diet appears to reduce stroke risk in women
One of the largest and longest-running efforts to evaluate the potential benefits of the Mediterranean-style diet in lowering risk of stroke found that the diet may be...
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Since experts agree that " abs are made in the kitchen ," not in the gym, dialing your diet and creating a calorie deficit to lose body fat will help your belly lean out. Did...
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We eat food not only to satisfy our starving stomach and our craving tastebud but also to give our body the best nourishment it deserves. The food we eat does not only greatly...
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The psychologist's daughter Mikhaila invented the beef diet to ease her health problems. It's best taken with a pinch of salt The Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson informed...
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New Understanding into Aging
New study examines the effects of aging on neuroplasticity in the primary auditory cortex. This may help in developing rehabilitation strategies to tackle the full plastic...
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There are few things more satisfying than getting in some steps or a tough workout and instantly finding out how many calories you burned. If you're obsessed with checking your...