Study: Dietary changes may reduce mortality risks after heart attack

09/4/2013 | Reuters

A Harvard School of Public Health study of about 4,000 adults with a history of heart attack found those who had made the most healthy improvements to their diets were 40% less likely to die of heart disease, compared with those who made the fewest changes. Dr. Ramon Estruch commented the diet score used in the study included aspects of a Mediterranean-style diet and said even "little changes in the dietary habits" can lead to health improvements.

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