Mediterranean diet reduced peripheral artery disease risk
(dailyRx News) Could consuming the healthy fats, fish and perhaps even red wine of the Mediterranean diet help prevent a certain artery disease? Maybe so, according to a new study.
This Spanish study followed older adults who consumed either a Mediterranean diet or a low-fat diet for several years.
The researchers found that participants who followed a Mediterranean diet had a lower risk of developing peripheral artery disease.
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