Research shows that the consumption of chili peppers in a Mediterranean diet may lead to reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases.
New systematic review and meta-analysis show that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of stomach or gastric cancer.
A large prospective cohort study shows that adherence to the Mediterranean diet can prolong the life of seniors.
A new study shows that foods with a high inflammatory index may be linked to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
New research shows that the MIND diet, a combination of the Mediterranean and DASH diets, may lower the risk of dementia.
The American Heart Association ranked diets from best to worst for heart health. Diets high in plants were the best.
New, peer-reviewed research shows that the Mediterranean diet and other low-fat diets are the best for improved cardiovascular health.
The Mediterranean diet, which is rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, and seafood, may help protect the aging brain from dementia.
New peer-reviewed research has shown that there is a relationship between Alzheimer’s disease pathology and type of diet consumed.
A new scientific review of the Mediterranean diet shows that it might be helpful in reducing or preventing obesity.