Healthier Diets Reduce CVD Events

Researchers at the Providence Medical Research Center in Spokane, Washington compared the effects of intensive dietary counseling in heart attack patients.


Fifty were instructed to follow an American Heart Association (AHA) low-fat diet and another 51 were instructed to follow a Mediterranean diet. Patients in both diet groups met twice a week with a registered dietitian for the f...

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