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Regular consumption of red and processed meats may raise an individual's odds of suffering from premature death.
An apple a day may cut down the risk of dying from diseases and other causes in elderly women.
Habitual intake of vegetarian diets may be tied to lower risk of cancer and mortality from cardiovascular disease.
Adopting a dietary lifestyle that promotes the consumption of legumes may help to cut down the mortality rates associated with cardiovascular disorders and other diseases.Enter heading here...
Vegetarians may have a lower tendency of dying from chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular and kidney ailments, than non-vegetarians.
A high-fiber diet may reduce an individual's risk of developing and dying from stroke, heart disease, and cardiovascular disorders.
Low total and cardiovascular mortality risk is associated with high intake of dietary flavonoids, particularly flavonones and flavonols.
High dietary ingestion of flavonoid-containing foods may reduce the odds of dying from cardiovascular disorders and other chronic diseases.
High intake of red and processed meats may increase total, cancer, and cardiovascular mortality risk in both men and women.
A decline in total, cancer, and cardiovascular mortality risk is associated with frequent consumption of generous portions of whole grains.
Consistent consumption of vitamin E supplements may not prevent the occurrence of cardiovascular events, such as stroke, myocardial infarction, and cardiovascular-related deaths in diabetic and cardiovascular disease patients.