Doctors wanted to know if adding fish oil supplements to a Mediterranean- style diet would reduce depression symptoms. In this study, 152 adults self-reporting depression attended a Mediterranean cooking class every two weeks for three months.Learn More
In this study doctors measured vitamin C in the diet, as well as other nutrients and lifestyle factors. Overall, those who got the most vitamin C from all sources were 70 percent less likely to develop a heart or circulatory condition such as cardiovascular disease, heart attack, or stroke, compared to those who got the least vitamin C.Learn More
In this study, doctors observed that people who eat more legumes and beans, especially lentils, were less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.Learn More
Good results in pilot studies lead to larger trials. Here are some of the most promising recent findings.Learn More
A recent study found that what you eat could highly influence your mood. The researchers gathered information from more than 10,000 Spaniards, who reported their dietary intake on a questionnaire between 1999 and 2005. They found that those who most closely adhere to their traditional Mediterranean diet have a 30 percent lower risk of developing depression compared with those who don’t follow the diet.Read More »
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