Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet is associated to lower prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders.
According to a trial in PLOS Medicine, pregnant women that follow a Mediterranean diet gain less gestational weight and have lower risk of gestational diabetes.
In 2012 Ramón Estruch and its team wrote an important review paper that summarizes the main protective effects on the cardiovascular system and cancer resulting from moderate wine and beer intake due mainly to their common components, alcohol and polyphenols. Herein we Read More
The Mediterranean diet has been long associated with improved cardiovascular prognosis, chemoprevention, and lower incidence of neurodegeneration. Of the multiple components of this diet, olive oil stands out because its use has historically been limited to the Mediterranean basin. The health benefits Read More
Diet plays a crucial role in the regulation of chronic inflammation. Traditional Mediterranean diet with generous consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, increased consumption of fish and nuts, and higher use of olive oil in food preparation is associated with lower Read More