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Dieting, weight & exercise. Finding a healthy balance

We’ve all heard (and may have offered) the advice: If you want to lose weight, simply eat a little less and exercise a little more.

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Correlation of the adherence to the Mediterranean diet with health and disease

During the last decade, scientific interest has notably focused on the impact of the Mediterranean diet on health and disease.

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Mediterranean diet, ω-3 fatty acids and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease

Aim: Primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease constitute a high priority field in nutrition research.

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A king with rags: Cypriot meal habits of the past and traditional food products

Aim: The scientific literature contains limited information on the description of the diets traditionally followed by the Greek populations of the Mediterranean region.

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Μechanism for the aerobic exercise-induced decrease in triacylglycerol concentration in young healthy women

Aim: To investigate the mechanism for the hypotriacylglycerolemic effect of one bout of aerobic exercise in women.

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Behavioral treatment of obesity

Behavioral modification in the context of obesity treatment refers not to a single intervention scheme, but rather to a set of principles, which can be combined with other therapeutic approaches.

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The effect of diet on the presence and management of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is a clinicopathologic entity with wide histological spectrum which includes both simple steatosis and steatohepatitis (NASH).

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Plant sterols in our diet

Phytosterols are natural constituents of plants and they are structurally related to cholesterol, whereas phytostanols are the saturated forms of plant sterols.

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