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Mediterranean diet, exercise can cut risk of Alzheimer's

The Mediterranean diet is rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, cereals and fish and low in meat and dairy, and characterised by a high ratio of monounsaturated to saturated fats, and mild to moderate alcohol consumption.

Score one for Pasta: Italian delicacy doesn't make you fat, say researchers!

Researchers at Istituto Neurologico Mediterraneo Neuromed I.R.C.C.S. mentioned that it predates the modern obesity and diabetes epidemics.

Reasons you should start eating Mediterranean diet today - Watch!

Basically, a Mediterranean diet is a healthy eating plan consisting of lots of vegetables, fruits, beans, cereals. It also contains moderate amounts of fish, white meat and some dairy products.

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We all know people who are following different diets, for instance, Mediterranean diet, GM diet, Atkins diet, South Beach diet, Stillman diet, et al.

To treat the heart, aim the gut

If replicated in humans, the study could lead to a new strategy for treating and possibly preventing heart disease and stroke the top two causes of death worldwide.

Mediterranean diet cuts blindness risk by 26 percent

Regular consumption of oily fish and vegetables seemed to give most of the protection.

Mediterranean diet plus olive oil may prevent breast cancer

Eating a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil may lower risk of breast cancer in women.

Ladies! Mediterranean diet can reduce womb cancer risk by 57%

Adding to the goodness of Mediterranean diet, a new study has claimed that foods like vegetables, fish, fruits and nuts, reduces risk of womb cancer by a massive 57 per cent.

Mediterranean diet combined with olive oil, nuts can boost cognitive function

 Consuming plant-based Mediterranean diet with virgin olive oil or mixed nuts can lead to improved cognitive function in older adults, suggests a new study.

Mix lettuce varieties to gain maximum health benefits

 Mixing lettuce varieties could help provide protection against the chain reactions of free radicals, molecules that can cause cell damage and generate various diseases, suggests a study.

Eight oils that can heal your body

 Using an adequate amount of the right kinds of fats and oils can play a pivotal role in slowing down the ageing of your body.

Mediterranean diet halves risk of heart disease

Mediterranean diet filled with olives, nuts, fish, fresh fruits and vegetables among other things, can cut the risk of heart disease by 47 percent.

Here's how you can protect your 'heart' this Valentine's day

 Experts have provided some health tips for people to protect their heart this Valentine's day, especially for women.

Mediterranean diet good for erectile dysfunction patients

People who have erectile dysfunction are at increased risk of heart attack and stroke, but eating a Mediterranean diet can reduce that risk, says a study.

Mediterranean diet key to longer, healthier life

 Consuming a Mediterranean diet can lead to a longer, healthier life, says a new study.

Olive oil could help reduce heart disease: Study

Almost everyone is fond of olives, be it on your favourite pizza, sandwich or salad. Not only do they taste good but are loaded with a number of health benefits.

Mediterranean diet cuts obesity, heart attack risk: Study

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New Delhi: A new study suggests that people who take mediterranean diet are less likely to be overweight or suffer obesity.

Mediterranean-style diet may reduce risk of developing kidney disease

A new research has demonstrated that eating Mediterranean diet which includes fruits, vegetables, fish, legumes, and heart-healthy fats are linked with decreased risk of developing chronic kidney disease.

Mediterranean, DASH-style diets help reduce risk of first-time stroke

A new study has claimed that eating Mediterranean or DASH-style diets, which include fruit, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, poultry and fish, can help reducing the risk of a first-time stroke.

Mediterranean diet reverses symptoms of metabolic syndrome

A scientific study showed a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil or nuts to people with metabolic syndrome may help reverse the condition.