Assessment of risk factors and biomarkers associated with risk of cardiovascular disease among women consuming a mediterranean diet
from JAMA Network
In this cohort study of 25,994 US women, higher baseline MED intake was associated with up to 28 percent relative risk reduction in CVD events. For the MED-CVD risk reduction, biomarkers of inflammation, glucose metabolism and insulin resistance, and adiposity contributed most to explaining the association.
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