Scientists at Rovira University and Virgil in Spain have found that low-calorie Mediterranean diet contributes to weight loss …
Scientists from Roviro and Virgilli, Spain, have concluded this low calorie Mediterranean diet contributes to weight loss and reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease in Parkinson's disease patients overweight and metabolic syndrome.
The study included more than 600 patients aged between 55 and 75 years who were obese or overweight, as well as metabolic syndrome.
Despite the fact that it is a diet low in fat and carbohydrates are considered effective in terms of weight loss and risk reduction of cardiovascular disease, there is no scientific evidence to preserve the long-term benefits of such a diet.
A new study aimed at significantly different foods – the Mediterranean has shown this 33.7% of patients who switched to one year later lost at least 5% of their initial weight. Compared to those who did not follow this diet, their use of glucose significantly improved.
That's the difference Over time, the positive dynamics of weight loss continues, to emphasize scientists.
Mediterranean diet includes the consumption of large quantities of fresh vegetables and fruits, pulses, nuts, seeds, bread and cereal pasta. It is also recommended to reduce the consumption of red meat and give priority to fish and seafood. / РИА Новости