As reported in the Chicago Tribune this week, a new study found that:
That’s the latest finding from a team of Italian researchers, who studied 18,000 men and women over a four-year period. They found that the Mediterranean Diet reduced the risk of heart disease by 15 percent – but only for people who made more than approximately $46,000 a year. There were no observed cardiovascular benefits for people who made less than that amount.
Read the rest of the article at the Chicago Tribune.