Mediterranean diet could help protect your heart health

Mediterranean diet could help protect your heart health

This year, the U.S. News & World Report issued its annual rankings of the best diets.

The winner of this year is the Mediterranean diet, which is a plant-based diet that can help prevent diabetes and heart disease.

According to Murray Mittleman, MD, DrPH, at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Mediterranean diet is a very healthy eating style that could improve heart health.

It can benefit people who already have heart problems.

For example, one recent study examined people’s eating habits across 195 countries. The team estimated how much diets contribute to cardiovascular disease and mortality.

They found that countries, where people eat a Mediterranean diet, had the highest level of health.

The study is published in the medical journal Lancet.

The team suggests that compared with other diets, the Mediterranean diet makes it easy for people to stick to healthy eating habits.

According to the American Heart Association, a traditional Mediterranean diet consistently using olive oil instead of saturated fats such as butter, lard, and cottonseed, palm and coconut oils.

It is high in beans, nuts, and grains, as well as fruits and vegetables.

It includes only small to moderate amounts of dairy products, eggs, fish and poultry, and very little red meat.

The diet also includes low-to-moderate amounts of wine.

Researchers suggest that the Mediterranean diet also emphasizes people eat a very low intake of refined carbohydrates and very little processed food.

Reducing these two food categories is also an important way to lower fat and salt intake.

Moreover, the Mediterranean diet encourages people to eat smaller portion sizes.

It is very sustainable and livable. There’s a lot of variety and it’s easy to maintain.

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