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Diet and Supplement Combinations Linked to Health Improvements

According to a new study, following a healthy diet and taking certain supplements over the long-term, may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and obesity. 

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of South Wales. It was published in the journal Nutrients.

Participants in the study included 69,990 adults who took part in the “45 and Up Study.” 

They completed a food frequency questionnaire at baseline, and 6 years later, that assessed consumption of vegetables, fruit, grains, lean meat and poultry and seafood, dairy, food diversity, and alcohol.

The researchers used this information to assign a dietary consumption score to each study participant. 

Participants also reported consumption of multivitamin and mineral supplements, fish oil supplements and calcium supplements.

The researchers found that participants who followed a long-term healthy diet and consumed multivitamin and mineral supplements or fish oil supplements had a lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to all other participants in the study. 

Participants who followed a long-term healthy diet and consumed calcium supplements had a lower risk of obesity compared to all other participants in the study.  

In general, study participants who consumed dietary supplements were more likely to have a better diet and be health conscious.

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