Eat Well, Live Longer   



Eat Well, Live Longer

 

Scientists from the City University of New York and the National Cancer Institute have completed a study testing the effect of a general healthy diet on mortality. Whereas most studies isolate one or two foods and test the effect on health, this study focused on the health effects of dietary patterns.

The study was a large one with 42,254 women taking part. Results showed that those who ate diet that includes fruits, vegetables, whole gains, low-fat dairy and lean meat have a lower risk of mortality. Differences were noted in those who ate a healthy diet occasionally. Those who stuck closely to daily recommended food intakes patterns have a 30% lower risk of multivariate-adjusted all-cause mortality compared with those who are less conscientious.

Top


Happy reading,
Evelyn



To subscribe this newsletter, please enter your

 name and email below:

Name: Email:



Copyright © 2011-2018 topwellnesshealth.com. All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Disclaimer | Privacy Policy