Mediterranean diet


Last quote about Mediterranean diet

Meir Stampfer
I don't view these things as either-or. My advice is to start with the Mediterranean diet because it's good for you in multiple ways – lowering risk of cognitive decline, reduction in some cancers, lower risk of diabetes – that go beyond what statins do. So, that's a great starting point. That's a colossal mistake. Quantitatively, you get more mileage from optimal exercise and diet than statins, so it's not one or the other: Everybody needs the diet and exercise, and some people, despite that, will still need statins. It's not a failure; it's not a character flaw – if you need it, you need it.
Mar 10 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Mediterranean diet. You'll find 10 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. The 4 people who have been quoted more about Mediterranean diet are: Aseem Malhotra, Dariush Mozaffarian, Ramon Estruch and Rafael Nadal. Aseem Malhotra specifically said: “This simply isn't true. The key components of a Mediterranean diet are lots of vegetables, olive oil, oily fish and nuts, with no calorie restrictions. Combine that with cutting down on sugar, which was traditionally a rarity in the region, and you've got the base of the Mediterranean diet right. And if you get the base right you can eat a little of whatever else you like.”.
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