The postprandial effect of components of the Mediterranean diet on endothelial function.

@article{Vogel2000ThePE,
  title={The postprandial effect of components of the Mediterranean diet on endothelial function.},
  author={Robert A. Vogel and Mary C. Corretti and Gary D. Plotnick},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={
          1455-60
        }
}
OBJECTIVES This study investigated the postprandial effect of components of the Mediterranean diet on endothelial function, which may be an atherogenic factor. BACKGROUND The Mediterranean diet, containing olive oil, pasta, fruits, vegetables, fish, and wine, is associated with an unexpectedly low rate of cardiovascular events. The Lyon Diet Heart Study found that a Mediterranean diet, which substituted omega-3-fatty-acid-enriched canola oil for the traditionally consumed omega-9 fatty-acid… Expand
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