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Prospective association between several dietary scores and risk of cardiovascular diseases: Is the Mediterranean diet equally associated to cardiovascular diseases compared to National Nutritional Scores?

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Summary of "Prospective association between several dietary scores and risk of cardiovascular diseases: Is the Mediterranean diet equally associated to cardiovascular diseases compared to National Nutritional Scores?"

Mediterranean diet has been consistently negatively associated with cardiovascular diseases (CVD) but the superiority compared to official nutritional guidelines has not been tested yet. Our objective was to prospectively investigate the association between several nutritional scores and incidence of cardiovascular diseases.

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Name: American heart journal
ISSN: 1097-6744
Pages: 1-12

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