Greater adherence to healthful eating plans, such as a plant-based or Mediterranean diet, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers reported in JAMA Internal Medicine. "One can combine a wide range of healthy foods in a variety of flexible ways to achieve healthily and balanced eating patterns according to individuals' health needs, food preferences and cultural traditions," said Dr. Frank Hu.
Following healthful eating plans may reduce CVD risk
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