Everybody are well aware that Mediterranean diet is very much beneficial for your cardiovascular health. The recent news coming out from the corner is regarding its health effects on your bone health.
As per a new study published online by JAMA Internal Medicine on March 28, 2016, it has been learned that women who adopted Mediterranean Diet are less likely to suffer from hip fractures.
Researchers through this study analyzed the impact of diet among women post menopause.
Following Mediterranean diet is not at all a difficult deal. To get the maximum out of it, you should include more vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans and peas, and should limit the amount of meat and diary products. Oil oil and fish will enhance the quality of this diet which you follow.
To get the best out of it, you should include more vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans and peas, and should limit the amount of meat and dairy products. Oil oil and fish will enhance the quality of this diet which you follow.
During the study, researchers analyzed the diet patterns of 90,014 women with an average age of 64. The team compared four diets in this study, and found that Mediterranean diet is known for decreasing the chances of hip fracture by .29%. The other three diets did not show any significant impact on bone health.
Dr. Bernhard Haring, the lead author of the study told that healthy eating style blended with adequate physical exercise will prove beneficial for women who wish to maintain good bone health.
Intake of nutrients involved in metabolism is capable of preventing fractures to a great extent. A healthy Mediterranean diet will play a small role in enhancing bone health among women after their menopause.
The study also found that following this diet will also help your brain remain young, enhance the life span, weight maintenance and reducing the risk of various cancers and cardiovascular disorders.
Researchers also found that post age 60, women are more likely for a fall than men. To avoid this, women are advised to participate in strength and balance exercises, proper vision check ups and enhancing the safety features in home.