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    The Mediterranean diet and heathier ageing in women

    Greater adherence to the Mediterranean Diet in mid-life results in a 46% increase in healthier ageing amongst women in terms of reaching 70 years of age and being free of chronic illness. Analysing the dietary data of 10,670 women in the Boston Nurses Study, using dietary data from both 1984 and 1986, those women who adhered most closely to the…

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    High fibre diet reduces risk of death from chronic illness

    A meta-analysis of the health benefits of a high fibre diet has shown once again that a diet rich in grains, vegetables and fruit improves health and reduces risk of death from chronic illnesses such as cancer, stroke and heart disease. A team of researchers from the University of Otago, New Zealand and led by Dr. Andrew Reynolds of the…

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  • Books


    Here you can buy the original Rainbow Diet Book, constantly updated, it looks at the original 2005 theory, the research since then on this Lifestyle diet and the chronic illnesses it can positively affect, and how good oils, whole grains, nuts and seeds and polyphenols in fruit, herbs and vegetables combine to put you in the best of health. Go…

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    Meta-study concludes Rainbow Diet lowers mortality and chronic illness

    Adherence to the colourful Mediterranean Diet, or Rainbow Diet, is associated with lowered mortality and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, according to a 2008 Meta-analysis of over 1.5 million people. by scientists from different faculties at the University of Florence, Italy. The researchers concluded that even small changes in favour of the diet reduced…

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