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Mediterranean diet linked to a 23% lower risk of death for women: Study

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Women who follow a Mediterranean diet have a 23% decreased chance of dying from any cause, including cancer and cardiovascular disease  

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Plus, it's only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the health advantages. A recent study out of Brigham and Women's Hospital suggests that the researchers may have found the processes behind these benefits.  

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New research that tracked over 25,000 healthy American women for 25 years found dietary-related changes in metabolic, inflammatory,  

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Our study recommends that women who desire a longer lifespan pay attention to what they eat!  

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A news release was issued by Dr. Samia Mora, a cardiologist and director of the Center for Lipid Metabolomics at Brigham and Women's.   

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Mora stated that following a Mediterranean dietary pattern could lead to a 25% reduction in risk of death over more than 25 years.  

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This benefit extends to both cancer and cardiovascular mortality, the leading causes of death in women (and men) in the U.S. and globally.  

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Most of the foods eaten on a Mediterranean diet are plant-based, such as nuts, seeds, legumes, fruits, and vegetables. In general,  

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