Following a Mediterranean-style diet provides heart benefits even if people do not lose weight, say Johns Hopkins University researchers who compared diets rich in carbohydrates, protein or unsaturated fats. The study found the unsaturated-fats diet was best at promoting insulin use, which may help prevent diabetes, a risk factor for heart disease.
Study: Mediterranean diet is heart healthy without weight loss
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