Dietary Pattern and Heart Diseases

A study using a new statistical method examined the impact of the pattern of 49 food groups and their correlation with the risk of coronary artery disease (CAD) in 455 German women.

• The food group that best predicted a lower CAD risk was vegetarian dishes.

• The 20% of subjects with a high risk of CAD averaged only about 1 vegetarian dish every 10 days.

• The lowest-CAD-risk s...

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