Polymeal


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A dietary approach to reducing the risk of heart disease, using evidence-based studies of foods known to increase longevity and reduce said risks
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The polymeal consisted of red wine and chocolate, fish 4 times a week, fruits and vegetables, almonds, garlic.
Ranging from four-course 'polymeals', to one-pot polymeals with simple side dishes, to 'liquid polymeal' drinks, the meal menus and individual dishes are enhanced throughout with full-color photography.
More than 75 per cent of CVD can be reduced by the polymeal which is natural and a safer strategy (11).
They calculated the potential effects of the polymeal in terms of total life expectancy and life expectancy with or without cardiovascular disease.
But the Rotterdam researchers say that the polymeal would achieve roughly the same effect at lower costs and with less risk of side effects.
Women will live an extra five years if they tuck into the Polymeal - and, best of all, drinking wine is essential.
They developed the Polymeal as a tastier alternative to the Polypill.
The team suggested that dining on the Polymeal on a daily basis could cut the risk of heart disease by 76 per cent.
In women, the Polymeal increased life expectancy by nearly five years, the researchers suggested.
The Polymeal includes wine, fish, dark chocolate, fruit and vegetables, almonds and garlic.
The team suggested that dining out regularly on these ingredients - dubbed the Polymeal - could cut the risk of heart disease by 76%.
In women the Polymeal increased life expectancy by nearly five years, the researchers suggested.