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Health Benefits and Implementation Support for the Mediterranean Diet

Over the past few decades the Mediterranean diet has grown considerably popular among Americans who seek to treat various health complications or improve overall health through their diets. This is an area of interest to our business clients who are looking to support better well-being through sustainable behavior change, so we wanted to share some information related to the topic.

Tags: Hepatic Fat Content, Diet Coaching, Health Literacy, Cardiovascular Disease, American Diabetes Association, American Diabetes Association, Hypertension, MIND Diet, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer's, Disease Management, Heart Health, Cognitive Function, Health Conditions, Diabetes, Hypertension, DASH Diet, Heart Attack, Diet, Brain Health, MedDiet, Mediterranean Diet
Health Benefits and Implementation Support for the Mediterranean Diet

Over the past few decades the Mediterranean diet has grown considerably popular among Americans who seek to treat various health complications or improve overall health through their diets. This is an area of interest to our business clients who are looking to support better well-being through sustainable behavior change, so we wanted to share some information related to the topic.

Tags: Hepatic Fat Content, Diet Coaching, Health Literacy, Cardiovascular Disease, American Diabetes Association, American Diabetes Association, Hypertension, MIND Diet, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer's, Disease Management, Heart Health, Cognitive Function, Health Conditions, Diabetes, Hypertension, DASH Diet, Heart Attack, Diet, Brain Health, MedDiet, Mediterranean Diet
America is Losing Ground on Dire Diabetes Complications: Let's Turn It Around

Epidemiologic and statistical experts from the diabetes division of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wrote an important article on the surge of diabetes complications between 2010 and 2015, largely due to lifestyle modifiable factors in the May 21, 2019 issue of JAMA. The article is a dire warning about young (age 18-44) and middle-aged (age 45-64) adults who disproportionately represented the resurgence in diabetes complications.

While work needs to continue to better understand the demographics and behaviors of subsets in these age groups, the message is that we have to do more to prevent diabetes and reach diabetic individuals who are on a collision course with serious maladies.

APH is dedicated to reversing this untoward trend – and has done so for many clients – but there is more work to do.

Tags: Metabolic Syndrome, Metabolic Syndrome, Prediabetes, American Diabetes Association, Hemoglobin A1C, Obesity, Obesity, Preventice Care, Health Plans, Glycemic Control, Diabetes Preventive Care, Cardiovascular Disease, Stroke, Hyperglycemic Crisis, End Stage Renal Disease, Hospital Admissions, Emergency Department, Diabetic Complications, Acute Myocardial Infarction, Kidney Failure, Predictive Analytics, Poindexter, JAMA, CDC, Center for Disease Control, Diabetes

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