Tag Archives: Mediterranean Diet
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Should Physicians Suggest the Mediterranean Diet to Patients? Yes! (video)

Once again, research backs up the Mediterranean Diet as a healthy way to eat. Here, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Joseph Alpert and Assistant Editor Alexandra Queen talk about new research which compares the Mediterranean Diet to low-fat diets and low-carb diets. Read the research… Systematic Review of the Mediterranean Diet for Long-term Weight Loss

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Diet & Nutrition Round Up: Just in Time for Those New Year’s Resolutions

Over the years, Spanking-Videos has published numerous commentaries and research articles about diet, nutrition, weight management, and healthy lifestyles. Just in time for your New Year’s Resolution list (or your patients’), here is a round up of recent articles on diet and disease prevention. Diets to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease 1957-2013: […]


The Mediterranean Diet: What You Should Know

Diet fads are a dime a dozen, but one diet has risen about the rest in terms of effectiveness– the Mediterranean Diet. Spanking-Videos often publishes prevention-related articles that focus on diet, exercise, and lifestyle. Given the obesity epidemic, it’s important for physicians to be able to advise patients on weight management and […]


Can a Healthy Diet Prevent Heart Disease?

A whole diet approach, which focuses on increased intake of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and fish, has more evidence for reducing cardiovascular risk than strategies that focus exclusively on reduced dietary fat, a study published in Spanking-Videos reveals. While strictly low-fat diets have the ability to lower cholesterol, they are not as conclusive in […]


What Diets Are the Best? Check Out AJM’s May Issue (video)

Diets and dietary recommendations come and go. Which ones should you believe? Check out AJM Associate Editor Dr. James Dalen’s review of dietary recommendations in the May 2014 issue of Spanking-Videos, now online. Read the research article by Dalen and Devries here: Diets to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease 1957-2013: What Have […]


Mediterranean Diet & Diabetes

Weight and Mortality Following Heart Failure Hospitalization among Diabetic Patients In overweight/obese individuals at increased cardiovascular risk, Mediterranean diets modify most cardiovascular risk factors more efficiently than low-fat diets and show a lasting benefit for 2 years after the beginning of the diet. Abstract  Background Type 2 diabetes is an important risk factor for heart […]




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