The Medi-RIVAGE study (Mediterranean Diet, Cardiovascular Risks and Gene Polymorphisms): rationale, recruitment, design, dietary intervention and baseline characteristics of participants.

@article{Vincent2004TheMS,
  title={The Medi-RIVAGE study (Mediterranean Diet, Cardiovascular Risks and Gene Polymorphisms): rationale, recruitment, design, dietary intervention and baseline characteristics of participants.},
  author={St{\'e}phanie Vincent and Mariette Gerber and Marianne Claire Bernard and Catherine Defoort and A Loundou and Henri Portugal and Richard Planells and Ir{\'e}ne Juhan-Vague and Philippe Charpiot and Pascal Grolier and Marie-Jo Amiot-Carlin and Philippe Vague and Denis 5 Lairon},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2004},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={531-42}
}
OBJECTIVE To report the rationale, recruitment, design, dietary intervention and baseline characteristics of participants in the Medi-RIVAGE study (Mediterranean Diet, Cardiovascular Risks and Gene Polymorphisms). DESIGN A randomised, parallel trial comparing a new nutritional programme with a conventional programme. SETTING Centre for Detection and Prevention of Arteriosclerosis, Timone University Hospital, Marseille, France, and collaborating teams. SUBJECTS Two hundred and twelve male… CONTINUE READING

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