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Change in Diet Can Lower Risk of Total and Cardiovascular Mortality


Change in Diet Can Lower Risk of Total and Cardiovascular Mortality
Sci-News.com

“Our study indicates that even modest improvements in diet quality could meaningfully influence mortality risk and conversely, worsening diet quality may increase the risk. Using three different diet quality scoring methods, Dr. Sotos-Prieto and co

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