The Mediterranean diet is receiving rave reviews from respected health organizations and nutrition advocates. I like to refer to it as a way of eating and not a diet, because it really emphasizes healthful eating and a wide variety of nutrient-rich foods. Recent research from the Mayo clinic has shown that the Mediterranean diet has some great short- and long-term health benefits. In fact, a large research study following more than 1.5 million adults showed that a Mediterranean diet was ...
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