Consuming a diet high in minerals, fruits and vegetables and low in sugars and trans-fats markedly reduces adverse cardiometabolic events, according to the The VĂ¤sterbotten Intervention Programme (VIP), an ongoing, population-based prospective study in Northern Sweden.
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