New Dish On Heart Healthy Diet

Heart Health

There’s some new dish on a heart healthy diet.  The research has some experts telling doctors to prescribe olive oil and vegetables over pills.  It all surrounds a new study done by the European Society of Cardiology.  The study found that the Mediterranean diet was associated with lower risk of early death in patients living with cardiovascular disease.

To take a closer look at the study and explain what it all means,  Newswatch 16's Ryan Leckey teamed up with registered dietitian/author Clancy Harrison and Geisinger Community Medical Center Chief of Cardiology Steve Voyce.

For Clancy's heart healthy Mediterranean diet recipe ideas, click here!   To read the study for yourself, head here!

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