Fact or Fiction? Debunking Exercise & Nutrition Myths for Preventing Heart Disease & Risk Factors

In this video Mayo Clinic cardiologist Randal J. Thomas, M.D. discusses controversial nutrition and exercise topics on lowering risk and prevention of heart disease. For more information, visit: http://www.mayoclinic.org/cardiovascular-disease-rst/cardioheartclinic.html?mc_id=youtube

3 thoughts on “Fact or Fiction? Debunking Exercise & Nutrition Myths for Preventing Heart Disease & Risk Factors

  1. I can't believe a Mediterranean diet can't be improved to reduce heart disease risk. Attempts by Ornish and Esselstyn surely prove that improvements are possible. The Mayo Clinic should try harder and figure out what improvements will work.

  2. Good summary. Now we need an in depth discussion of the Mediterranean diet, possibly over several segments, including recipes, cooking instructions and resources for patients to use.

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