The Search for the Perfect Heart-Healthy Diet

Gau, Gerald T.
November 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Nov2003, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p1329
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses efforts to develop a diet aimed at decreasing the incidence of heart disease. Philosophies behind the diets; Atkins diet; Body mass index; Mediterranean diet.


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