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MyTwinTiers.com - 02 Jan 2019 Mediterranean diet named the best for 2019
NEW YORK (CNN) - If you're a fan of the Mediterranean diet, get ready to do a victory dance. For the first time, the Mediterranean diet has won the gold as 2019's best overall diet in rankings announced Wednesday by US News and World Report.
ScienceBlog.com - 18 Feb 2019 Mediterranean diet works by adding up small improvements
Eating a Mediterranean-type diet won't suddenly and dramatically improve your cholesterol, magically slash your blood pressure, or help you drop 20 pounds.
Body and Soul - 17 Feb 2019 Vegan vs Mediterranean Diet: Which is better for your health?
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for more than 30 per cent of the total number of deaths worldwide, and every year more people are being diagnosed with ...
News3LV - 14 Feb 2019 Embrace the Mediterranean diet at The Great Greek
The Great Greek uses the same recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, and their food is prepared with the spirit of authentic ...
INSIDER - 11 Feb 2019 8 ways the Mediterranean diet can benefit your skin
From preventing the development of acne to helping your skin feel hydrated, here's how following the Mediterranean diet can benefit your skin.
Business Insider - 01 Feb 2019 Mediterranean diet benefits
A lot of people go on diets with one goal in mind: to lose weight. But if the diet is a sustainable one, its benefits often extend beyond shedding pounds.
KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City - 04 Feb 2019 3 Recipes to Help You Stick to the Mediterranean Diet
Recently, US News & World Report ranked the Mediterranean diet as the "Best Overall Diet" for 2019 and it`s getting a lot of attention in the media and social ...
Live 5 News WCSC - 04 Feb 2019 The heart healthy benefits of the Mediterranean Diet for the family
If you're looking for a heart-healthy eating plan, there is a diet that might be just right for you and your family.
MD Linx - 18 Feb 2019 Adherence to Mediterranean diet and incident stroke risk | Stroke
Neurology Article: Mediterranean diet reduces risk of incident stroke in a population with varying cardiovascular disease risk profiles.
U.S. News & World Report - 04 Feb 2019 How the Mediterranean Diet Can Help Prevent Heart Disease in Women
A Mediterranean eating regimen can help reduce inflammation and mitigate other risk factors for heart disease in women.
Business Insider - 31 Jan 2019 12 reasons you aren't losing weight on the Mediterranean Diet
From portion sizes to wine consumption, here are the reasons you might not be losing weight on the Mediterranean diet.
The National Herald - 05 Feb 2019 Mediterranean Diet Antioxidants Help Prevent Up to 50 Diseases, Scientists Say
Doctors, nutritionists, agronomists, food technologists, chemists – more than a hundred scientists and researchers in total – have been involved with the Hellenic ...
My Moinfo - 11 Feb 2019 Mediterranean Diet Continues to Trend
(Regional Radio News) The Mediterranean diet is a newer diet that has trended all across the world and according to research it reduces the risk of heart ...
The Daily Herald - 02 Feb 2019 The No. 1 recommended diet? That would be Mediterranean
The Mediterranean diet and lifestyle became the No. 1 recommended eating pattern in January, according to U.S. News and World Reports diet rankings.
POPSUGAR - 29 Jan 2019 This List of Foods You Can Eat on the Mediterranean Diet Proves It's Not Really a Diet
If you feel like you've heard about the Mediterranean diet a lot lately, you're not wrong. It was named the best diet of the year for what feels like the.
9Coach - 01 Feb 2019 Ground rules for a more Mediterranean diet
The Mediterranean diet has been namedthe best overall diet for 2019, linked to benefits from weight loss to longevity. And even better: adopting this way of ...
The Dermatologist - 25 Jan 2019 Can Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet Determine HS Severity?
In a recent study, the researchers investigated the relationships between body composition, adherence to the Mediterranean diet, and disease severity among ...
UroToday - 12 Feb 2019 An inverse association between the Mediterranean diet and bladder cancer risk: a pooled analysis of 13 cohort studies.
The role of diet in bladder carcinogenesis has yet to be established. To date most studies have investigated dietary components individually, rather than as ...
PostBulletin.com - 18 Feb 2019 Personalized diet predicts blood sugar spikes better than carb-counting
Mayo Clinic researchers published the “baseline study for proving that personalized nutrition has a future in medicine.”
Medibulletin - 27 Jan 2019 Mediterranean diet plus milk improves heart health
Mediterranean diet supplemented with 3-4 servings of dairy products per day improves heart health, shows a new study.