Heart disease patients can benefit from Mediterranean diet

06/4/2010 | Reuters

People with heart disease can help prevent another heart attack by following a Mediterranean diet that includes fruits and vegetables, nuts, low-fat dairy products and whole grains, Greek researchers reported. The study showed those following the diet were half as likely to have another heart-related event within a year, and almost 40% less likely to experience repeat heart problems within two years, compared with those who followed the diet the least.

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