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Plant-Based Foods Improve the Health of Postmenopausal Women, AHA Says

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study, researchers evaluated a specific way of eating called the “Portfolio Diet,” which consists of a wide variety of plant-based foods.

It’s been associated with lower cholesterol levels and fewer cardiovascular disease events in postmenopausal women. ADVERTISEMENTTwo prior randomized trials showed that people who ate more foods in the Portfolio Diet had significantly lower “bad” cholesterol (LDL).

In fact, the first group had lower LDL levels than those following a traditional low-saturated-fat National Cholesterol and Education Program diet.

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