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Cholesterol-Lowering Nordic Diet

A healthy Nordic diet lowers , and therefore the risk of , a pan-Nordic study where participated has found. There was also decreased inflammation associated with pre-diabetes.

“The subjects who ate a Nordic diet had lower levels of harmful and higher levels of “good” . The amount of harmful fat particles in the blood also declined,” says , a biomedical nutrition researcher at Lund University.

The ‘healthy Nordic diet’ used in the study contains local produce such as berries, root vegetables, legumes, and cabbage. Nuts, game, poultry and fish are also included, as well as whole grains, rapeseed oil and low-fat dairy products. The rest of the group ate butter instead of rapeseed oil, less berries and vegetables, and had no rules on red meat or white bread intake.

The researchers now want to focus on the diet’s ability to maintain weight loss in a new study, according to Lieselotte Cloetens, who points out that the problem with most diets is maintaining the results.


Lund University