What you eat plays a very important role in your health, and this goes far beyond simple concepts like “fried food is bad” and “vegetables are good.”
What are some of the plausible effects on our health?
If you want a healthy liver and gut, an article on EurekAlert! recommended taking up a Mediterranean-style diet.
Keep your bones strong and healthy even after menopause by eating a Mediterranean diet.
January 09 2017. An article published online on January 4, 2017 in the journal Neurology® reports an association between adherence to a Mediterranean-type diet and greater retention of brain volume among older individuals over a three year period.
Lisa Rapaport, Oct 21, 2015
Following a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fish and healthy fats may preserve a more youthful brain in old age, a U.S. study suggests.
According to a new clinical study, a Mediterranean diet rich in nuts and olive oil could be the key to delaying cognitive decline and improving brain health, memory and thinking ability in older people. The study was published online in .
Usually, the studies center on weight loss, diabetes reduction and heart health. Now there's a Mediterranean diet study for kidney health.