Meetings continue between MAGISNAT, an innovative Italian-American spin-off, and the committee of the Fondazione Policlinico Agostino Gemelli IRCCS, Rome, Italy.
This week they discussed the effects of the Mediterranean diet on the components of metabolic syndrome.
Unfortunately, in recent times we are seeing an increase of this disease among people.
It has been realized that adopting a Mediterranean lifestyle, that is, a balanced diet, moderate physical activity and positive social relationships, can help prevent the onset of this syndrome.
It was a very lively discussion that ended with the desire to spread more and more knowledge about the Mediterranean lifestyle and the use of dietary supplements to make up for any deficiencies in our oganism.
*Disclaimer: None of the information reported can be used to claim the properties of dietary supplements. Dietary supplements do not possess any therapeutic or preventive properties.
The main objective of this meeting was discuss the the importance of the Mediterranean diet for metabolic syndrome:
*“None of the reported studies or the patent can be used to claim the properties of dietary supplements. Dietary supplements do not possess any therapeutic or preventive properties.”
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