The Mediterranean diet is associated with a reduced risk of death in patients with a history of cardiovascular disease such as coronary artery disease and stroke, says yet another study on the diet's impact.
A new study throws light on another benefit of following the Mediterranean diet regularly. The research suggests that consuming a Mediterranean diet.
A Mediterranean diet, comprising fruits, vegetables, olive oil and fish, may help older adults to retain more brain volume, researchers have found.
A recent study suggests that following a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil may lower the risks of breast cancer in women.
A study that was published in journal Diabetes Care has claimed that following a Mediterranean diet may improve cognition in type-2 diabetes patients.
The results of the study suggest that plant-based and Mediterranean diets including legumes, fish, bread, nuts, and wine can boost gut bacteria that help with biosynthesis of vital nutrients in the body.
The Mediterranean Diet has often been labeled as one of the healthiest diets in the world but this new found benefit could help it land a gold medal.
Scientists have found a compound in foods associated with Mediterranean diet that deprives cancer cells of their immortal nature, says a study.By altering a very specific step in gene regulation, this compound essentially re-educates cancer ...
Here comes a good news for people at risk for heart disease - and diabetes.They just need to switch to a Mediterranean diet to prevent diabetes even if they do not lose weight or even ...
The Mediterranean diet is inspired by the eating patterns of places like Greece, Southern Italy and Spain. It involves high use of olive oil, legumes, cereals, fruits, nuts and vegetables and moderate use of fish, ...