The food, which is weakened and not stagnant, has found scientists at the Spanish university. In addition, the risk of developing cardiovascular disease in patients with overweight and metabolic syndrome has been reduced. This is a low calorie Mediterranean diet.
The study included over 600 patients aged between 55 and 75 years, who were obese or overweight, and metabolic syndrome. Despite the fact that low-fat and low-fat children are considered effective in terms of weight loss and a reduced risk of developing cardiovascular disease, there is no scientific evidence that the long-term benefits of such a child, say vesti.bg.
A new study, which focuses on a fundamentally different type of food – the Mediterranean, showed that 33.7% of patients who went through a 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. There is a difference in the fact that the positive dynamics of weight loss continues over time, say the researchers.
Mediterranean diet means consuming large quantities of fresh vegetables and fruits, legumes, walnuts, seeds, whole grains and pasta from cereals. It is also recommended to reduce the consumption of red meat and give priority to fish and seafood.