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Should We Adhere To A Mediterranean Diet or An UK Diet In Order To Obtain A Healthy Heart?

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´╗┐Should We Adhere To A Mediterranean Diet or An UK Diet In Order To Obtain A Healthy Heart? (5) Many biologists are trying to find out why the Mediterranean diet produces a healthier outcome than the UK diet. One issue is that the Mediterranean diet is more nutritional and consuming this type of diet produces a lower risk to developing many illnesses, whereas the UK diet is less nutritional and contains more saturated fats and sugars. Biologists have concluded that consuming the UK diet may cause more damage to your health and lifestyle than consuming the Mediterranean diet. ...read more.

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A Mediterranean diet with nuts- 30g a day (3) 1. The biologists conducting the study compiled a list of what should consist in the Mediterranean diet. This list was proved to have benefit to our health.The use of olive oil 2. A lot of fruit, vegetables, legumes and fish 3. Small amount of meat and more consumption of white meat 4. The avoidance of butter, cream, fast food, sweets, pastries and sugar sweetened beverages 5. A moderate consumption of red wine (Alcohol drinkers) Another study about the UK diet compared with the Mediterranean diet was conducted by a team from the University College London. ...read more.

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(2) (4) The studies that were conducted are appropriate to the issue explained because it shows that the findings and theories that a lot of researchers have identified (The Mediterranean diet is better for us than the UK diet) are correct and have been proven. This makes the data collected valid. The people used in the studies were suitable because they did not suffer from any underlying problems which could make the results inaccurate and a lot of anomalies would be used. The results of the studies also allow many biologists to solve the issue and discover new ways to make the UK diet suitable and healthier as well as provide new medical research and information that may be valuable to others now and in the future. ...read more.

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