Greater adherence to a mediterranean diet is associated with significantly lower risk of incident frailty in community‐dwelling older people future studies should confirm these findings and evaluate whether adherence to a mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of frailty, including in non‐mediterranean populations.
To assess differences in adherence to the mediterranean diet (md) between consumers and non-consumers of functional foods among the balearic islands’ adolescent population design cross-sectional nutritional survey carried out (2007–2008) in the balearic islands, a mediterranean region. Greater adherence to a mediterranean diet is associated with a significant reduction in the risk of diabetes (19 % moderate quality evidence) these results seem to be clinically relevant for public health, in particular for encouraging a mediterranean-like dietary pattern for primary prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Role of the mediterranean diet on inflammatory and thrombogenic indexes the mediterranean diet is low in saturated and high in monounsaturated fat (oleic acid, 18:1 omega-9), mainly from olive oil high in complex carbohydrates, from legumes and high in fiber, mostly from vegetables and fruits.
Adherence to a mediterranean diet, an eating plan filled with fruits and vegetables, legumes, cereals, bread, fish, fruit, nuts and extra-virgin olive oil, may be associated with the severity of the skin condition psoriasis. (1) background: the aim of this study was to assess adherence to the mediterranean diet (md) and to examine the relationship between md adherence, physical activity, self-concept, and other sociodemographic factors (2) methods: a cross-sectional study (n = 597 1899 ± 064 years) was conducted in a sample of university students from ceuta, melilla, and granada (spain.
Adherence to the mediterranean diet and consumption of functional foods among the balearic islands’ adolescent population - volume 18 issue 4 - asli emine ozen, maria del mar bibiloni, maría antonia murcia, antoni pons, josep a tur. Background adherence to a mediterranean diet may improve longevity, but relevant data are limited methods we conducted a population-based, prospective investigation involving 22,043 adults in greece who completed an extensive, validated, food-frequency questionnaire at base line. Generalized linear models were fitted to assess adjusted mean scores, the regression coefficients (β) and their 95% confidence intervals (95% cis) for the sf-36 domains according to categories of adherence to mediterranean diet.
They reported the subjects’ adherence to the mediterranean diet, and researchers measured their biomarkers for alzheimer’s disease both at the beginning and at end of the study, three years later the volunteers were split into two groups: 34 with a high adherence to the mediterranean diet and 36 with a lower adherence.
Md adherence was low in children and adolescents even in the mediterranean countries most studies showed an association between md adherence and physical activity or sedentary behavior various studies showed a possible association between md adherence and diet adequacy.