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Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - Jean Gutierrez
The virtues of nuts, fish and olive oil now are more clear than ever thanks to an exhaustive, high-profile study of the "Mediterranean Diet."
"This enabled the Mediterranean groups to stick with their diet. The low-fat group got nothing. The control group should've received something, a good food, to make it more equal," said Jean Gutierrez, an assistant professor at George Washington University's School of Public Health. "Access to food is one of the main factors when it comes to sticking to a diet. ... The diet they recommend [in the study], for one, it's expensive."