The Mediterranean Diet and Cancer: What Do Human and Molecular Studies Have to Say about It?

Mediterranean diet (MD) is a well-known healthy dietary pattern, linked to: (1) high intakes of olive oil as main the culinary fat, plant-based foods (fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, tree nuts, and seeds), and fish; and (2) a moderate consumption of white meat, eggs, dairy products such as yogurt and cheese, and wine always with meals [...].

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  • Authors:

    Hernaez, A.;Estruch, R.

  • Issue: Nutrients. 2019 Sep 9;11(9)
  • Published Date: 2019 Sep 9
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