Research confirms that a Mediterranean diet can successfully prevent as well as treat type 2 diabetes, as well as reduce the need for diabetes medication.
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New research has found that eating more nuts and adhering to the Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce cognitive decline separately or together.
Research is proving that a diet change alone can significantly reduce LDL-cholesterol levels. A diet change plus red yeast rice does even better.
New research proves what natural health experts have been telling us for centuries – that olive oil with a Mediterranean diet results in a reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
In multiple studies, cancer researchers have determined that a plant-based diet and less alcohol consumption significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer.
After a fifteen year study of 1,006 elderly persons, Japanese University researchers say yes, ones diet can dramatically reduce our chances of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
New research has determined that a mostly-vegan diet plan with daily Greenfoods and Apple Cider Vinegar supplementation in addition to a daily supplement can result in significant weight loss and reductions of “bad” cholesterol in just three weeks.
If you were hoping to replace a good diet with a blend of multivitamin supplements for cognitive health, you might be missing the big picture. The reality is that diet helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease, but not so much for multivitamin supplements.
Multiple studies have now shown that the Mediterranean diet significantly reduces the risk of heart disease and artery disease.
Research continues to find benefits for the Mediterranean diet. This includes a reduction in metabolic syndrome.
If you wanted the most effective way to reduce your cancer risk, you might consider the Mediterranean Diet. The proof comes from multiple large studies.