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Michel de Lorgeril
The concept that the Mediterranean diet was associated with a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) was first proposed in the 1950s. Since then, there have been randomized controlled trials and large epidemiological studies that reported associations with lower CVD: in 1994 and 1999, the reports of the intermediate and final analyses of the trial Lyon Diet Heart Study; in 2003, a major epidemiological study in Greece showing a strong inverse association between a Mediterranean score and the risk of cardiovascular complications; in 2011-2012, several reports showing that even non-Mediterranean populations can gain benefits from long-term adhesion to the Mediterranean diet; and in 2013, the PREDIMED trial showing a significant risk reduction in a low-risk population...
December 2013: Current Atherosclerosis Reports
B Pavy, M Caillon
BACKGROUND: The Mediterranean diet is one of the food models which showed its ability at the patient at high cardiovascular risk in numerous cohort studies and two major interventional studies: Lyon Heart Study in 1999 and PREDIMED in 2013. AIM OF THE STUDY: Propose a practical assistance in the analysis of the dietary habits of the coronary patient with a simplified food frequency questionnaire. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Hundred coronary patients followed a program of cardiac rehabilitation and benefited from a nutritional education...
November 2013: Annales de Cardiologie et D'angéiologie
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