As more research is conducted and information becomes readily available, it is clear what people eat doesn't only affect their waistline. It affects their health…
With their busy schedules juggling work and family commitments, men in particular are at risk for eating out of convenience and not making the best food choices.
Dr. Sharon Bergquist, assistant professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, said "There is a lot of data on the Mediterranean Diet, and those who follow it have lower instances of cardiovascular disease and dementia. Also, people who follow a low glycemic index diet have less occurrence of getting diabetes."
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