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The recent controversy over methodological errors in the Spanish Mediterranean diet study, PREDIMED, was overblown. Critics noticed that the patients were not strictly randomized, and called the authors to account. One study site had allocated all patients to the Mediterranean diet, and a protocol change not mentioned in the original publication resulted in some household members of participants who had been randomized to one of the diets also being assigned to that diet.

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