KCTV: New study finds Pesco-Mediterranean Diet with intermittent fasting may be ideal for your health

September 15, 2020

A new study found a twist on the traditional Meditteranean diet may be ideal for your health. The Pesco-Mediterranean Diet with Intermittent Fasting was shown to prevent heart disease, dementia, diabetes, and to maintain a healthy weight.

Dr. James O'Keefe, preventive cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and lead author of the research review published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, explains why this diet is so beneficial.

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