Extra virgin olive oil is the queen of the Mediterranean diet: this claim is regularly confirmed by new scientific studies. For this reason, the IOC, in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Navarra, has launched the Olive Health Information System (OHIS) portal to disseminate the latest findings in the field. You can access OHIS directly from the IOC web page by clicking on Health www.internationaloliveoil.org or by logging on to the portal https://meddietolivehealth.com/.
In the meantime, here are five good reasons to learn about the latest findings selected for you by the IOC.
Mediterranean diet – promotion and dissemination of healthy eating: proceedings of an exploratory seminar at the Radcliffe institute for advanced study.
Diet quality of Norwegian children at 3 and 7 years: changes, predictors and longitudinal association with weight.
Prospective association between a Mediterranean-style dietary score in childhood and cardiometabolic risk in young adults from the ALSPAC birth cohort.
The Mediterranean Lifestyle and the Risk of Depression in Middle-Aged Adults.
Maternal diet quality during pregnancy and child cognition and behavior in a US cohort.