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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Mediterranean Diet NEEDS IMPROVEMENT Canada's Food Guide vs REDUCED CHRONIC DISEASE MORE VITAMIN D AND MEATS GEARED TOWARDS CANADA NOT ENOUGH MEAT ALTERNATIVES This diet is less beneficialto heart health. However,if it emphasized whole grains andmeat alternatives more, itwould be considered by somebetter than the Mediterranean diet. This diet is associated with longevity and is often used as therapy for coronary heart disease. Along with regular physical activity and not smoking, it could prevent over 70% of stroke and 90% of type 2 diabetes. MORE MEAT ALTERNATIVES AND ALCOHOL HEALTHY FATS HARDER TO FOLLOW A government-sponsored dietarypattern designed to reduce the riskof nutrition-related chronic disease 1) Vegetables and fruits2) Grains3) Milk and alternatives4) Meat and alternatives -High in vitamin D-Limited alcohol intake-Reflects food supply available to Canadians -Groups together animal protein with nuts, seeds and legumes-Lack of emphasis on whole grainsand vegetarian meat alternatives TRADITIONAL PATTERNS OF EATING The diet of people with a low incidence of chronic disease Lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and olive oil. Moderate intake of fish, wine, poultry and eggs Abbey Butler l Nelani Balasupramaniam They both emphasize grains, fruits and vegetables. But how are they different? THEORETICAL CONSTRUCT -Time-consuming and expensive cooking-High red wine intake What Is It? What Does It Consist Of? Benefits Downsides Health Impacts -Diverse flavours-Low in saturated fats-High in monounsaturated fats-Limits red meat
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