Mediterranean diets lead to lower risk of
heart attacks and strokes. I’m Erin White and THIS is a dailyRx Minute. The Mediterranean
diet involves eating certain “healthy” fats and less processed carbohydrates. Recommended
items include olive oil, tree nuts, vegetables and seafood.
Fewer heart attacks, strokes AND heart-related deaths occurred in those eating a Mediterranean
diet over those eating a typical low-fat diet. Ask YOUR doctor about the benefits of this
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